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    Global cyberattack seems intent on havoc, not extortion
    Jun30

    Global cyberattack seems intent on havoc, not extortion

    PARIS — A cyberattack that caused indiscriminate economic damage around the world was apparently designed to create maximum havoc in Russia’s neighbor and adversary Ukraine, security researchers said. While the rogue software used in the attack was configured as extortionate “ransomware,” that may have just been a ruse....

    New strain of ransomware cripples networks
    Jun28

    New strain of ransomware cripples networks

    PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of data-scrambling software — apparently sown in Ukraine — caused disruption across the world Tuesday. Following a similar attack in May , the fresh cyber-assault paralyzed some hospitals, government offices and major multinational corporations in a dramatic demonstration of how easily malicious...

    New cyberattack wallops Europe; spreads more slowly in US
    Jun28

    New cyberattack wallops Europe; spreads more slowly in US

    PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of data-scrambling software — apparently sown in Ukraine — caused disruption across the world Tuesday. Following a similar attack in May , the fresh cyber-assault paralyzed some hospitals, government offices and major multinational corporations in a dramatic demonstration of how easily malicious...

    Russian political elites revel in Trump's inauguration
    Jan20

    Russian political elites revel in Trump's inauguration

    MOSCOW — Russian officials and lawmakers lauded Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday as the start of what they hope will be a period of better ties with the United States. In Moscow and other Russian cities, revelers were gathering for parties to celebrate Trump’s inauguration as bar and club owners sought to cash in on public...

    Moldovans electing president for 1st time in 20 years
    Oct30

    Moldovans electing president for 1st time in 20 years

    CHISINAU, Moldova — Moldovans began voting Sunday for a president in an election that could move the former Soviet republic closer to Europe or push it back into Russia’s orbit. It is the first time in 20 years citizens have directly voted for their president in a country where many are angry about high-level corruption. Both the...

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