"Oops, your files have been encrypted!" By the time you see this message, it's already too late. Your files will have been encrypted by an anonymous hacker using the WannaCry ransomware: the same malware...
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The hacker included 2 million records as proof that they have what they claim
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The report details 18 pieces of malware used in the attack, including the Sunshuttle backdoor, China Copper webshell and covert Sibot tool
The Harris Federation has disabled its email and telephone system as a result of the attack