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(Reuters) — Apple Inc. supplier Quanta Computer Inc. said Wednesday it does not expect any material business impact from a ransomware attack, after media reports that a Russian hacker group had accessed confidential data from the Taiwan-based contract manufacturer’s servers.
The hacker group, named REvil, claimed in a blog that it had infiltrated Quanta's network and retrieved some design files that appear to be related to an Apple MacBook designed in March, Bloomberg reported. The group has demanded $50 million as ransom from Quanta, the report said.
REvil has asked Apple also to pay, technology blog Bleeping Computer reported.
Apple did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Quanta said it was working with law enforcement and data protection authorities on the matter.
The company, founded in 1988, is a contract manufacturer for MacBooks and also makes products for HP Inc. and Dell Technologies.