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WannaCry ransomware cyber-attacks slow but fears remain

Published on Monday 15th of May 2017 10:38:57 AM in BBC

A computer malware that has spread across 150 countries appears to be slowing down, with few reports of fresh attacks globally on Monday.A spokesperson for police agency Europol said the situation in Europe "seems stable".In Asia, where many offices closed before the WannaCry ransomware struck on ...

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