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ATTENTION VIRGINIA I have your #! In *my* possession, right now, are 8,257,378 patient records and a total of 35,548,087 prescriptions. Also, I made an encrypted backup and deleted the original. Unfortunately for Virginia, their backups seem to have gone missing, too. Uhoh For $10 million, I will gladly send along the password. You have 7 days to decide. If by the end of 7 days, you decide not to pony up, I'll go ahead and put this baby out on the market and accept the highest bid. Now I don't know what all this # is worth or who would pay for it, but I'm bettin' someone will. Hell, if I can't move the prescription data at the very least I can find a buyer for the personal data (name,age,address,social security #, driver's license #). Now I hear tell the #ing Bunch of Idiots ain't fond of payin out, but I suggest that policy be turned right the # around. When you boys get your act together, drop me a line at email@example.com and we can discuss the details such as account number, etc. Until then, have a wonderful day, I know I will
Originally posted by smurfy
Exactly, it was a virus, (trojan horse) threat on opening. AVG is there. It would be interesting to know the origin of the index dates, seemingly starting in 1986, seems more like started by a media source like AOL, or secret service, or all the same??
Originally posted by IpsissimusMagus
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