The infamous ransomware WannaCry, which burst on to the world stage in May 2017, is still very much alive and infecting Windows PCs, but a zipped portion appears to have gotten corrupted, preventing its encryption and ransom note creation components from working.
Security firms have changed tack on the massive ransomware attack that hit Europe on Tuesday and spread to other countries, saying that it was intended to destroy data in specific locations and not to extort money.
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