The North American arm of Chinese shipping conglomerate Cosco has been hit by Windows ransomware, affecting communications at its US locations.
Australia has joined the UK and the US in blaming Russia for the NotPetya ransomware attack which hit Windows computers in a number of countries in June last year.
The container shipping company A.P. Moller–Maersk Group expects that a Windows ransomware attack it suffered in June will cost it between US$200 million and US$300 million.
What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.
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