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‘Don’t Pay The Ransom’: WannaCry Cyberattack Has Hit 150 Countries In Three Days

Reports indicate that a cyberattack experts claim may have originated somewhere in Europe has infected over 200,000 computers in 150 various countries in the span of just three days. “WannaCry,” as the bug has been named, works by locking users out of their computer accounts, then demanding that they pay hefty sums of money to get their information back. Officials say that, so far, the cyberattack has more or less stolen upwards of $50,000 from its victims.
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