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But there is also a countdown timer ticking down to a time when the hackers either double the price of their ransom, or delete the data they have scrambled with malware. IT staff unplugged computers in a race to stop the malware spreading.
Instructed to log in - either by or a ransom note left on hacked computer screens - UCSF was met with the following message, posted on 5 June. And the next day, Six hours later, the university asked for more riom and for details of the hack to be removed from Netwalker's public blog.
Organisations are encouraged to regularly back-up their data offline. That same aspect of IRC also makes it a tough digital obstacle for law enforcement. And an anonymous tip-off enabled BBC News to follow the ransom negotiations in a live chat on the dark web.