Florida car repairer was attacked by crypto-ransomware but refused to pay ransom

According to Inside Bitcoins, a car art store in Florida has recently become a new victim of cryptocurrency ransomware, but the store refused to follow the demands of ransomware attackers. According to documents submitted to the local court, the website of XPort Auto Parts Inc., a car repair and parts sales store, has been inaccessible since August 15. The file shows that the attacker hijacked the company's website that day and closed its hosting provider's account. The hacker claimed that the company had received up to $400,000 in revenue from February to August 2019, so it could pay 10 BTC. The hacker even knew the victim knew about the cryptocurrency and pointed out the victim’s currency exchange. Account. However, until now, the victim has not paid the ransom.