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Network Security Wed Jun 28 2017 19:10:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- What if I say the Tuesday's devastating global malware outbreak was not due to any ransomware infection? Yes, the Petya ransomware attacks that began infecting computers in several countries, including Russia, Ukraine, France, India and the United St
 Ransomware attacks are bigger than ever, but the payouts appear to be shrinking. While the ransomware suspected to be a variant of Petyamakes headlines around the world, whoever set it loose isn’t really making a whole lot of mone
 A month after the WannaCry ransomware attack paralyzed connected systems worldwide, a new threat appears to be spreading quickly. As reports emerge, today’s attack paints a picture of businesses and governments around the world he
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The Shadow Brokers, a notorious hacking group that leaked US cyberweapons which were also abused by the recent ransomware disasters WannaCry and Petya or NotPetya has now threatened to unmask the identity of a former hacker who worked for the NSA. Be