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British hospitals hit by cyber attack: health service

In an statement released around 11:30 a.m. ET, the system's digital office said , "This attack was not specifically targeted at the NHS and is affecting organizations from across a range of sectors". NHS hospitals across England have been hit with what looks to be a cyberattack with the motivation of extortion. "After detecting MEM:Trojan.Win64.EquationDrug.gen reboot of the system; in the future to prevent such incidents is to use the services of informing about the threats in order to ...



Cyberattack in UK part of international attack

The most disruptive attacks were reported in Britain, where hospitals and clinics were forced to turn away patients after losing access to computers. Among them was the Barts Health group which manages major central London hospitals including The Royal London and St Bartholomew's. British government officials and intelligence chiefs have repeatedly highlighted the threat to critical infrastructure and the economy from cyberattacks.



Microsoft takes on Google, Apple in education market with new Surface Laptop

The laptop uses a rather unusual 3:2 aspect ratio and according to Microsoft, the display will feature 3.4 million pixels, which should translate to an effective resolution of 2250 x 1500 pixels. And, oh, you will be able to Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro whenever you want which is really great because you are not locked to Windows 10 S and can upgrade to a more powerful version of Windows 10 whenever you want.



Hackers hit dozens of nations, exploiting stolen NSA tool

Affected hospitals include those run by East and North Hertfordshire NHS trust, Barts Health in London , Essex Partnership university NHS trusts, the university hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS foundation trust, Southport and Ormskirk hospital NHS trust and Blackpool teaching hospital NHS foundation trust.



NHS hit by cyber attack as hackers demand ransom

Cybersecurity experts told ABC News that the unidentified attackers exploited a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that was identified by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and leaked to the public by the hacker group The Shadow Brokers in April.