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WannaCry Ransomware Victims Might Have Some Hope–If They’re on Windows XP

[ad_1] Since the WannaCry ransomware ripped through the internet late last week, infecting hundreds of thousands of machines and locking up critical systems from health care to transportation, cryptographers have searched for a cure. Finding a flaw in WannaCry’s encryption scheme, after all, could decrypt...

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Meet the 20-somethings who stopped a worldwide cyberattack

[ad_1] Two 20-something cyber experts helped bring down the widespread ransomware attack that infiltrated networks at hospitals, banks, and government agencies in multiple countries. A 22-year-old British researcher unintentionally found the so-called "kill switch" that authors of the malicious software left in the code. Later, he...

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Microsoft releases Windows XP patch for WannaCrypt ransomware

[ad_1] Image: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty ImagesBy Adario Strange2017-05-13 14:53:42 UTC Still stubbornly running an ancient version of Windows, despite the security threats? You're in luck, this time. The ransomware attack known as WannaCrypt that sent organizations and individual users around the world scrambling for security cover has...

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