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then they have to explain to you how to do it so they condemn faqs on you know what kind of software do you use how to how to make the transfer that sort of thing , recent high profile attacks on schools hospitals and police department embrace the state of the burgeoning criminal enterprise last week met start the largest healthcare provider in Washington DC lost access to much of its computer network after a cyber attack , in February extortionate at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital which paid seventeen thousand dollars in bitcoin and an outage that its reputation treatment much like with traditional kidnapping law enforcement officials are urging victims not to pay up so what you're saying is you know like when it's really bad because if you do it it can encourage more crime like there's criminals are going to pick the pockets and do you know several things with them one of them is to pump it into research and development for other programs and where viruses better after the defeat and in the future they might even raise the rampant but officials admit that extensive data is truly at risk paying for granted it's hardly a choice at all especially when it comes to law enforcement , at least three Massachusetts police departments have reportedly paid ransoms to recover data over the past few years