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Microsoft leaks critical, remotely exploitable Windows bug
Raises spectre of new WannaCry style worm.
Mar 11 2020 12:32PM
North Korean Hidden Cobra hackers drop Hoplight Trojan
Pyongyang malware spreaders behind WannaCry strike again.
Nov 1 2019 12:08PM
Researcher who slowed 'WannaCry' attack pleads guilty to malware charges
Could cost Hutchins up to five years in prison.
Apr 23 2019 6:09AM
US charges North Korean hacker in WannaCry, Sony cyber attacks
Names and shames alleged perpetrator.
Sep 7 2018 11:03AM
US-CERT warns of new RAT threat from North Korea
State-sponsored malware writers sharing code.
Aug 10 2018 2:02PM
Researcher who blunted WannaCry faces further charges
Accused of creating second piece of malware.
Jun 8 2018 10:52AM
Vic tightens speed camera security after WannaCry scare
Adopts all watchdog's recommendations.
May 24 2018 11:28AM
UK health service shifts to Win10 after ransomware attacks
Finally dumps vulnerable legacy systems.
May 1 2018 12:09PM
US blames North Korea for WannaCry
Public attribution for Lazarus Group.
Dec 19 2017 4:57PM
TNT Express pegs Petya losses at $374m
IT systems 'substantially' restored after June attack.
Sep 21 2017 10:27AM
Bail for arrested UK researcher who stopped WannaCry
Out of custody on $30,000 surety.
Aug 7 2017 6:29AM
WannaCry hero arrested over banking malware
Hutchins accused of writing Kronos banker.
Aug 4 2017 6:45AM
Petya damage to TNT Express systems is likely permanent
Courier reveals it was also hit by WannaCry.
Jul 18 2017 8:57AM
WannaCry didn't compromise Vic speed cameras: watchdog
Fines expected to stand.
Jul 7 2017 11:45AM
Massive ransomware outbreak hits servers worldwide
'It's like WannaCry all over again'.
Jun 28 2017 3:16AM
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.
Jun 23 2017 2:16PM
WannaCry shuts down Honda car manufacturing plant
Efforts to secure systems in vain.
Jun 22 2017 6:50AM
Aussies leaving lots of insecure ports open to attackers
Firewall off those SMB and database servers.
Jun 16 2017 11:05AM
Microsoft patches older Windows against nation-state attacks
NSA-derived malware similar to WannaCrypt lurking in the wings.
Jun 14 2017 6:45AM
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