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WannaCry Ransomware Strikes Boeing, Aviation Giant Says Situation Is Under Control

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WannaCry Ransomware Strikes Boeing, Aviation Giant Says Situation Is Under Control

Remember WannaCry? Yes, the same notorious ransomware that targeted more than 200,000 victims worldwide in May 2017. It turns out the cyber threat is back with a bang and this time the victim is none other but the aviation giant Boeing Corporation. All Hands On Deck According to reports, a Boeing production plant in Charleston, South Carolina, found itself at…

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The WannaCry Bitcoin Funds are on the Move

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The WannaCry Bitcoin Funds are on the Move

It seems that about $143,000 from the WannaCry ransomware attack is on the move. That is, according to Elliptic, a company that works with law enforcement to track down illegal activities conducted with cryptocurrency. On August 3, CNBC reported that hackers responsible for the attack had withdrawn bitcoins stashed in several wallets containing around 52.2 BTC. The balance of all…

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Is North Korea behind the WannaCry Ransomware?

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Is North Korea behind the WannaCry Ransomware?

Security experts assume that hackers from North Korea are behind the WannaCry ransomware which in May infected thousands of computers around the world, encrypted data and demanded bitcoin to decrypt it again. Beyond this, we find some more news about North Korea and Bitcoin. In May the WannaCry Ransomware wave hit 200,000 computers in the world. Like other malware, WannaCry…

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Shadow Brokers’ Response Team Cancels its Crowdfunded Bid for NSA Exploit Tools

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Shadow Brokers’ Response Team Cancels its Crowdfunded Bid for NSA Exploit Tools

On May 30, a group of cybersecurity researchers launched a crowdfunding campaign in the hopes of raising $25,000 with which they were planning to pay a hacker group called the Shadow Brokers for hacking tools that were supposedly taken from the NSA. The effort raised $3,906.62 in 36 hours. However, the campaign was canceled. The cybersecurity group later decided that…

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