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Authorities are now working with private IT security advisers and police across Europe to track down the culprits

Celebrities are among the customers of a prominent European plastic surgery clinic that was broke by hackers, who today released a large number of private prior and then afterward pictures.

Grozio Chirurgija in Lithuania had its servers broken by a group known as Tsar Team, who softened up and stole more than 25,000 private photos and additionally personal information.

In the course of recent months the hackers have endeavored to extort a large number of casualties from Denmark, Britain, Germany, United States and Norway. They were requested to hack up AU$3000 to stop the material, which included naked pre and post-surgery pictures, from being made open, ABC News in the US revealed.

Among the pull was additionally duplicates of US social security numbers, address information and passports, police said.

Hackers have targeted Grozio Chirurgija clinic in Lithuania. Picture: FacebookSource:SuppliedThe clinic itself was additionally coerced for the greater part a million dollars yet it declined to pay.

The deputy chief of Lithuania’s criminal police authority Andzejus Raginskis told correspondents that it appeared to be the greater part of the stolen content had been uploaded to the ‘dark web’ today.

“It’s coercion. We’re discussing a serious crime,” Mr Raginskis said at a press conference.

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Police have launched an investigation to find the culprits, who call themselves Tsar Team.Source:Supplied

Casualties have not been distinguished but rather MailOnline detailed that celebrities were among those whose delicate information was released.

Authorities are presently working with private IT security counsels and police crosswise over Europe to find the culprits.

They likewise cautioned that anybody who downloads or shares the stolen information could be indicted.

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Thousands of patients have had procedures at the Lithuanian clinic, which opened in 2009.Source:Supplied

The clinic’s proprietor Arijus Katauskas took to Facebook to apologize for the misery brought on by the security break.

“Cyber criminal are blackmailers,” Mr Katauskas said. “They are coercing our customers with inappropriate text messages.”

The clinic, which opened eight years prior, expressed it has a notoriety for “minding staff and a comfortable environment”.

It has cautioned customers not to open any suspicious messages and to disregard contact with the blackmailers.

Cases of ‘hacker blackmail’ have been on the ascent over the previous year.

The latest WannaCry ransomware attack is the biggest of its kind in history and saw the information of contaminated clients locked and just released on payment..

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