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    Everything The Feds Want To Know About Freshly Lawyered-Up Jared Kushner
    Jun27

    Everything The Feds Want To Know About Freshly Lawyered-Up Jared Kushner

    One of the White House advisers closest to President Donald Trump is beefing up his legal representation for the federal investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election: Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. In addition to his personal attorney, Jamie Gorelick, Kushner has retained veteran criminal defense lawyer Abbe...

    Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27
    Jun27

    Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27

    A global ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at Russia’s biggest oil company, Ukraine’s international airport, global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and the world’s biggest advertising agency… …read more Source: The...

    Cyber attack hits Europe, ‘unprecedented’ says Ukraine Prime Minister
    Jun27

    Cyber attack hits Europe, ‘unprecedented’ says Ukraine Prime Minister

    Hackers have caused widespread disruption for businesses, banks and airports across Europe in an infection reminiscent of last month’s WannaCry attack.The virus is sweeping Russia, England and India, but Ukraine seems to have been… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Petya virus affects Chernobyl radiation monitoring system; What happens when virus hits your computer
    Jun27

    Petya virus affects Chernobyl radiation monitoring system; What happens when virus hits your computer

    New Delhi, June 27: Days after WannaCry ransomware created panic in the world, another ransomware started spreading rapidly. Known as Petya, the ransomware has uncanny similarities with WannaCry. Worst affected by the virus is Ukraine where it has hit power companies, airports, public transport, the central bank. The virus has also hit Danish...

    Massive cyberattack hits Europe with widespread ransom demands
    Jun27

    Massive cyberattack hits Europe with widespread ransom demands

    MOSCOW — A new wave of powerful cyberattacks hit Europe on Tuesday in a possible reprise of a widespread ransomware assault in May that affected 150 countries, as Ukraine reported ransom demands targeting the government and key infrastructure, and the Danish Maersk conglomerate said many of its systems were down. By midafternoon, breaches had...

    Cyberattacks Spread From Ukraine to Europe, US
    Jun27

    Cyberattacks Spread From Ukraine to Europe, US

    What Ukraine’s prime minister calls an “unprecedented” cyberattack in his country has begun to spread beyond Ukraine’s borders. “The attack is unprecedented but our IT experts are working on it and defending critical infrastructure,” said Volodymyr Groysman, speaking of efforts to contain the crisis. Banks, government...

    Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27
    Jun27

    Companies hit by global ransomware attack on June 27

    Ukraine’s international airport, global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and the world’s biggest advertising agency WPP hit …read more Source: Gulf...

    Ukraine targeted by worst cyber attack in its history
    Jun27

    Ukraine targeted by worst cyber attack in its history

    Ukraine has been targeted by the worst cyber attack in its history after a ransomware caused outages on computer networks of the country’s government and other key organizations. …read more Source: Iran...

    Live: India not hit, says cyber security chief after ransomware attacks major companies…
    Jun27

    Live: India not hit, says cyber security chief after ransomware attacks major companies…

    Several multinational companies on Tuesday said they were targeted in an international cyberattack which started in Russia and Ukraine before spreading to western Europe. …read more Source: Hindustan...

    The ‘International Man Of Mystery’ Linked To Flynn’s Lobbying Deal
    Jun27

    The ‘International Man Of Mystery’ Linked To Flynn’s Lobbying Deal

    More than two years ago, two men started visiting Washington to push Turkey’s agenda in the capital. They dined with dignitaries and enlisted prominent lobbying firms from both sides of the aisle. It was an unremarkable Washington story, except for one thing: the last lobbyist one of the men hired was Gen. Michael Flynn, President...