'NotPetya' ransomware hits '2,000 organisations' in WannaCry-style global outbreak

Carly Page
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Attack uses multiple vectors, including NSA exploit EternalBlue

A massive outbreak of ransomware, first spotted in Ukraine on Tuesday, is spreading worldwide. Affected targets so far have included radiation detection systems at Chernobyl, pharmaceutical compani...

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