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Cyberattack using data-scrambling software causes disruptions in Europe

A cyberattack that started in Ukraine before rippling across Europe on Tuesday had security experts racing to understand the intent of the latest computer virus to spook global Internet users. The so-called Petya virus bore some resemblance to a growing wave of international ransomware attacks...
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