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The Global Hacker Attack Is Expected To Hit Countries Again Today

More than 200,000 computers have been affected so far. Officials across the globe scrambled over the weekend to catch the culprits behind a massive ransomware virus that disrupted operations at auto factories, hospitals, shops and schools, locking up more than 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries and demanding $300 (€274.21 ) in payments to restore access.


Harish Salve charged Re 1 for fighting Jadhav's case: Sushma Swaraj

Harish Salve charged Re 1 for fighting Jadhav's case: Sushma Swaraj

At the core of the dispute is the fate of Kulbhushan Sudir Jadhav, an Indian former naval officer who was arrested in March 2016 in the Pakistani province of Baluchistan. "India has been unable, or perhaps unwilling, to provide an explanation for this passport which is the most obvious indication of covert and illegal activity", he said.



House Dems Want Comey Tapes

The No. 2 Democrat in the Senate, Richard Durbin, went further Friday and said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should appoint an independent special prosecutor to pursue possible criminal charges related to Comey's firing, although he did not specify if he meant such charges should be against Trump.



Microsoft says WannaCrypt attack a wake-up call

Cyber-attacks that have hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated by governments around the world as a "wake-up call", Microsoft says. "I'm anxious about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn on their machines on Monday morning".



How you can protect yourself against the ransomware attack

Experts and governments alike warn against ceding to the demands and Wainwright said few victims so far had been paying up. Clapper, who served as intelligence director under President Barack Obama, calls it a "very serious, serious problem".


White House: Cyberattack has not affected US government

White House: Cyberattack has not affected US government

President Trump signed on Thursday an executive order on cybersecurity making it clear that agency heads will be responsible in protecting their networks, and also the calls on government and industry to lessen the threat on the Internet from automated attacks.