• NSA Told Microsoft of Flaw Before Ransomware Attack
NSA Told Microsoft of Flaw Before Ransomware Attack

Though it didn't have any significant impact in India, but the cyber security experts are working round the clock from last two days to protect the corporate clients. The domain turned out to be a kill switch left in the code to stop the ransomware's propagation. Malware requests payment in Bitcoins because they are safe, and can not be track...

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  • Range Resources Corp. (RRC) Shares Sold by Hartford Investment Management Co
Range Resources Corp. (RRC) Shares Sold by Hartford Investment Management Co

The company's past year sales total was 362.68 Million. Capstone Asset Management Co. increased its position in Range Resources Corp.by 1.1% in the first quarter. If you are reading this news story on another site, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of US & worldwide copyright and trademark laws.

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  • Pokemon GO 'Legendary' Summer Teased by Niantic
Pokemon GO 'Legendary' Summer Teased by Niantic

Where are they? Legend has it that Niantic is adding them to the game for the summer of 2017. Having only a few seconds to accept the awards, Bhargava promised the crowd that " this summer would be legendary " before walking off the stage. Avid fans of Pokemon GO have eagerly waited for the release of this legendary . Could Niantic have done thi...

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  • Trump Told Russians He Fired 'Nut Job' Comey Because Of Investigation
Trump Told Russians He Fired 'Nut Job' Comey Because Of Investigation

The White House said Comey's firing was unrelated to the FBI's Russia investigation, but officials didn't deny that Trump had been critical of Comey to Russian officials. "By grandstanding and politicizing the investigation into Russia's actions, James Comey created unnecessary pressure on our ability to engage and negotiate with Russia", Spicer ...

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  • UK PM May's Conservatives lead Labour by 13 points: Opinion poll
UK PM May's Conservatives lead Labour by 13 points: Opinion poll

Ms Ridge noted: "But you're condemning all bombing there, can you condemn the IRA without equating it to..." "People who have worked hard all their lives, saved and improved their homes will now be hit with this punishing family homes tax".

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  • DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis
DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis

Rand Paul and former Trump aide Monica Crowley , were frivolous. CNN's Andrew Kaczynski reports the sheriff failed to provide proper attribution of sources at least 47 times in the thesis he completed for his master's degree in security studies from the Naval Postgraduate School in California.

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  • Cybersecurity shares surge as WannaCry ransomware continues to wreak havoc
Cybersecurity shares surge as WannaCry ransomware continues to wreak havoc

The malware was first detected in March and publicly reported stolen from the NSA a month later. "Still, the NSA can't be very proud of this". The WannaCry Ransomware attack was such that it led to shutting down of hospitals , universities, warehouses, ATMs and banks.

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  • Next global cyber-attack likely on Monday
Next global cyber-attack likely on Monday

The extortion attack, which locked up computers and held users' files for ransom, is believed to be the biggest of its kind ever recorded, disrupting services in nations as diverse as the U.S., Russia, Ukraine, Spain and India. If the ransomware has only blocked access to your internet browser, you may be able to regain control by accessing your ...

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  • Alibaba quarterly profits almost double to USD 1.55 bn
Alibaba quarterly profits almost double to USD 1.55 bn

Alibaba's purchase last year of Southeast Asian e-commerce company Lazada Group contributed heavily, and the percentage of revenue from global retail operations improved to 5%, up three percentage points on the year. Mobile revenue from the China commerce retail business was $13.2 billion, up 80% from 2016. As with Amazon, Alibaba's cloud compu...

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  • South Korea's Moon to take cautious approach to THAAD issue
South Korea's Moon to take cautious approach to THAAD issue

Washington is reacting to remarks in Oslo last week by Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North America bureau of North Korea's foreign ministry, in which she said Pyongyang would suspend its nuclear tests and missile launches in exchange for the U.S.'s ending of hostile policies toward the North, lifting of sanctions and a peace treaty with Pyo...

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  • Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks
Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

One week after the Wannacry ransomware attack around the world there are new reports that are suggesting that most of the computers affected by this ransomware attack were running Windows 7 while Windows XP devices were very insignificant compared to that of Windows 7.

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  • Apple to refresh its entire MacBook lineup in June
Apple to refresh its entire MacBook lineup in June

Surprisingly, Apple is said to be considering a CPU update for the aging MacBook Air, its cheapest laptop which was last refreshed in 2015. The updated MacBook Pro would look much the same as the latest model and mostly differ in internal architecture, one of the people said.

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  • Google, HTC, Lenovo working on standalone virtual reality Daydream headsets
Google, HTC, Lenovo working on standalone virtual reality Daydream headsets

At its annual Google I/O developer conference , the company announced that it is working on expanding its Daydream virtual reality program to include a standalone headset. Clay Bavor, vice president of Virtual and Augmented Reality at Google, said in a blog on Medium the WorldSense "enables positional tracking for VR, and VPS - a "visu...

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  • Trusts were told about security patch last month — NHS cyberattack
Trusts were told about security patch last month — NHS cyberattack

The attack, which is still unfolding, is now a fight between whitehat hackers, companies like Microsoft and the criminals attempting to run the world's biggest extortion scheme. "The bad guys are always one step ahead". Patients awaiting non-emergency procedures tomorrow were warned they could also be affected, as a NHS boss rounded on the hack...

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  • Judge Orders Uber Not To Use Technology Taken from Waymo
Judge Orders Uber Not To Use Technology Taken from Waymo

A partial injunction issued by US District Court Judge William Alsup, the text of which was released Monday, fell short of the compete shut-down of Uber's self-driving vehicle efforts that Alphabet lawyers had requested. "At least some information from Waymo's files has already found its way into Uber's Lidar designs", said the judge. He had un...

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  • Running Windows? How to protect against the big ransomware attack
Running Windows? How to protect against the big ransomware attack

This attack has impacted many large services and organizations, including hospitals in England, a telecom and natural gas company in Spain, and FedEx. Ryan Kalember, senior vice-president at Proofpoint Inc., which helped stop its spread, said the version without a kill switch could spread. You can read Microsoft entire What's in Windows 10 Versi...

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  • Audi And Volvo Pick Android As Their In-Car Operating System
Audi And Volvo Pick Android As Their In-Car Operating System

The partnership is also meant to improve the customer experience by better integrating apps and services into cars rather than shoving phone screens into vehicle displays. Google joins several others in the race to advance the connected auto experience, including Blackberry with its QNX Operating System and Apple with CarPlay.

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  • Windows Store To Support iTunes Soon
Windows Store To Support iTunes Soon

After the release of Windows 10 S, Microsoft has announced another update for their Windows 10 operating system (OS) called Fall Creators Update. Microsoft has revealed own-branded motion controllers to pair with its Windows mixed reality platform. Myerson said the new motion controllers are the first that don't require the installatio...

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  • Indian-origin doctor warned of cyberattacks days before United Kingdom health service hack
Indian-origin doctor warned of cyberattacks days before United Kingdom health service hack

The extortion attack, which locked up computers and held users' files for ransom, is believed to be the biggest of its kind ever recorded, disrupting services in nations as diverse as the U.S., Russia , Ukraine, Spain and India. Radio Slovenia said Saturday the Revoz factory in the southeastern town of Novo Mesto stopped working Friday evening to ...

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  • UK working to restore hospital systems after cyberattack
UK working to restore hospital systems after cyberattack

However, Malwarebytes researcher Jerome Segura said it's too early to tell whether the kill switch will stop the Wana Decryptor attack for good. "That means those customers will not have received the above mentioned security update released in March", it said.

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