Cyber crooks feared to have stolen personal details of 120,000 cops

  The Sun 

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EXTORTIONISTS are feared to have stolen the personal details of 120,000 cops in a malware attack on a computer system. The Police Federation staff association was targeted earlier this month. The crooks deleted databases with members’ names and ranks, email addresses and national insurance numbers. Bank details were also hit, along with confidential information on […]
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