British Royal’s Plastic Surgery Threatened by Hackers to Disclose the Proof

 

A plastic surgery clinic in London has become the victim of a cyber-attack. According to a spokesperson for the London Bridge Plastic Surgery it has been confirmed to E! News that there was breach of security and data was stolen.

 

The IT experts of the company are still working to establish the precise data that has been compromised, as confirmed by the investigation of Metropolitan Police as posted on 24th October, 2017 on eonline.com.

 

It has been admitted by the London Bridge Plastic Surgery that their clinic has become the target of the cyber-attack. They believe that the data from the place has been robbed. It is believed that the hackers were previously involved in the Dark Overlord in the braches of data against the medical centres and schools, and also the production studio that has confirmations with Netflix.

 

As stated by the hack of LBS, it has been reported by the group to the Daily Beast that we have the TBS of this, like the databases, names, and all other information. There are few royal families involved here.

 

It has not been confirmed by the hacker that whether the members of the royal family were British. As told by LBS to a website, it is confirmed that the clinic has been targeted by a cyber-attack. We are still trying to establish precisely the data that has been targeted. The team behind the attack is largely sophisticated and renowned to international law enforcement companies having attacked big US medical providers and organizations over the past few years.

 

We are troubled that they have now attacked our patients. In order to confirm that they had robbed the information, there have been highly graphical photos sent to the Dark Overload hackers. They have provided the before and after pictures of the patients, even some of the containing nudity.

 

Continuing with their statement, the confidentiality and security of the patient has always been of high importance to us. Presently, we are sorry for any distress related to the data breach that may cause our patients and our groups are available round the clock to talk to anyone that has numerous concerns.

 

As reported by the Metropolitan Police identifying the cyber breach. As said by the spokesman of Scotland Yard that there have been no enquiries and arrests that are continuing. The expert team is available around the clock to talk to anyone that has concerns and can be contacted at 0203 858 0664.

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