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Ransomware-raided Aussie businesses pay up
Majority get their data back.
Apr 16 2019 6:06AM
Free government decryption keys save ransomware victims millions
But most don't benefit from such good fortune.
Jan 14 2019 4:15PM
Database destroying worm menaces Linux and Windows servers
Botnet, ransomware and coin mining rolled into one malware.
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Family Planning NSW hit by ransomware attack
May have compromised online databases.
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UK health service shifts to Win10 after ransomware attacks
Finally dumps vulnerable legacy systems.
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Management interfaces left open to the internet abused.
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Aussies report $1.3m in losses from Bitcoin, Ethereum scams
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Malware uses NSA exploit to spread.
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Malware uses legit software to encrypt disks.
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TNT Express pegs Petya losses at $374m
IT systems 'substantially' restored after June attack.
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Petya ransomware hits global corporate earnings
Sales fall, halts drug production.
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QLD man charged with receiving ransomware funds
Was the scammers' local representative for seven years.
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Petya attackers expected to return via new vector
Extra caution advised when connecting to Ukraine.
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Microsoft trials anti-ransomware feature in Windows 10
EMET Exploit Protection arrives in preview build.
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Petya designed to destroy, not ransom users
Ransomware guise might have been a ruse.
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Attacks patched and unpatched systems alike.
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Massive ransomware outbreak hits servers worldwide
'It's like WannaCry all over again'.
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WannaCry might have spread to all of Victoria's speed cameras
All infringements from June 6 put on hold.
Jun 26 2017 11:41AM
Vic Police cancels 590 road fines after WannaCry infection
Inquiry to be held into ransomware on cameras.
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