Those responsible for the Petya cyberattack don't seem to be in it for money, some researchers say. The new malware might also have a different source than the original Petya ransomware from 2016.
The new malware attack that has crippled the networks of some international businesses displays some significant differences from last month's global outbreak of the WannaCry ransomware.
As if the threat posed by malware was not terrifying enough, researchers say that a Russian hacker group may have developed a way to take down the power grids of entire countries.
The Turla hacker group is up to its old tricks, but with an interesting new twist. Now, the group is using Britney Spears' Instagram account to cover its tracks, making it hard to defend against.
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