Indonesia won't pay an $12m ransom after cyberattack

By Niniek Karmini
Updated June 25 2024 - 4:35pm, first published 4:31pm
Immigration and other services have returned in Indonesia after a cyberattack hit over 200 agencies. (AP PHOTO)
Immigration and other services have returned in Indonesia after a cyberattack hit over 200 agencies. (AP PHOTO)

Indonesia's national data centre has been compromised by a hacking group asking for a $US8 million ($A12 million) ransom that the government says it will not pay.

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