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A series of ransomware attacks rolled out today targeting several multinational companies across Europe and government agencies.
Reporters from the Times and the Guardian claim that while on a tour of the UK’s new aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, Windows XP was seen on a computer screen inside a control room.
Honda was forced to shut down one of its manufacturing plants on Monday after finding WannaCry ransomware on its network.
The WannaCry Ransomware campaign that struck users globally early last week has been thought to have started with malware-infected phishing emails, but according to Malwarebytes, that’s not the case.
The WannaCry global ransomware epidemic does not appear to be weakening anytime soon, as security researchers spotted two new variants of the malware just yesterday.
According to the NHS, several hospitals across England have been hit by a widespread cyber-attack, locking staff out of their computers and leaving many trusts to divert emergency patients.
As Election Day inches closer and closer to the United States, researchers have been detecting a stark increase in malicious campaigns, seeking to capitalize on this highly combative presidential race.
Right now, ransomware is the great white shark of cyber-attacks, the most feared malware of all, and both corporate and home users are running scared.
NNT recently conducted a webinar series on the topic of achieving compliance and how to combat today’s devastating ransomware attacks.
Security researchers at Avira have recently discovered versions of ransomware being replaced with harmless, dummy files.