The Dark Overlord Threatens To Reveal The Truth of 9/11 Attacks Unless Ransom in Bitcoin is Paid

The Dark Overlord, a hacking group, famous for posting unreleased episode of TV series “Orange is the New Black” in April 2017, decided to resume its blackmailing, however, this time it is not just an entertainment company Netflix, but insurance companies which possess information about 9/11 attacks.

The hackers claimed that they had hacked several insurance firms, like Hiscox Syndicates Ltd, Lloyds of London, and Silverstein Properties. These companies insured World Trade Centers in New York. It is still unclear what kind of information was stolen, but the culprits are trying to capitalize on conspiracy theories around the 9/11 attacks.

We’ll be providing many answers about 9.11 conspiracies through our 18.000 secret documents leak from @HiscoxComms and others #thedarkoverlord #911hacked#hacking #leak #cybercrime
            — thedarkoverlord (@tdo_h4ck3rs) December 31, 2018

One of the companies confirmed that the hackers had breached and stolen a few files related to the the September 11 attacks. The spokesman of the Hiscox Group wrote in email:

“The law firm’s systems are not connected to Hiscox’s IT infrastructure and Hiscox’s own systems were unaffected by this incident. One of the cases the law firm handled for Hiscox and other insurers related to litigation arising from the events of 9/11, and we believe that information relating to this was stolen during that breach.”

The hacking group sent a set of emails to that firms where it stated that the companies had to pay ransom in Bitcoin or The Dark Overlord unlocked different sets of files and the hidden truth of 9/11 attacks would be exposed.

They also mentioned that they offered to sell the information on the famous dark web hacker forum KickAss, as well as invited several Chinese and Russian terrorist groups to make purchase.

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Crypto Will Hardly Ever Sponsor Terrorist Attacks Like 9/11

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