‘WannaCry’ Ransomware Attack Stymies Global PCs
Wochit Tech - Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Geek.com has reported that last week Ransomware WannaCry ripped through hundreds of thousands of PCs in what is considered the largest ever cyber-extortion scheme. According to reports, the malicious software spread to at least 300,000 devices globally, including the UK’s National Health Service. The attack left hospitals crippled as operations were canceled, ambulances diverted, and patient records made unavailable in England and Scotland, The Guardian reported.
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