Episode 1337 – Hackers Give SickKids Hospital Free Decryption Key And An Apology

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This episode talks about a story out of Canada and a hacking attack against the Hospital for Sick Kids (SickKids). The interesting part is the hacking group issued an apology and gave the decrypter tool for free to them. Listen to find out why.

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