Many individuals who went or usually attend one of the Switzerland’s biggest strip clubs have gotten letters threatening to uncover their private lives unless they pay a ransom of more than $2,000 in bitcoin.
Yesterday, Fritz Mueller, the Strip Club director told media, that somewhere around 50 and 60 benefactors of the Globe near the Swiss city of Zurich, in Schwerzenbach, were being threatened by a group of “moral” hackers. It seems that the hackers somehow got hold of the clients’ personal information and are now threatening to send their pictures to their family and companions.
The nightclub manager Fritz Mueller said the sender may have gotten the personal information of the Club clients through their car license plates since it is perfectly possible for someone to request the names of Swiss vehicles owners.
The hackers were also able to get pictures of the people attending the club, but Mueller said that the photographs might only be from outside the club because the strict rules of the club don’t allow customers to use cameras and mobile phones within the building.
The prosecutor’s office in Zurich stated that criminal complaints from several affected people who received letters demanding a ransom in the