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Conditions behind cyberattack may be hard to mimic

Cyber security experts, who have been on watch for months for an "Eternal Blue"-based attack, said on Saturday that they expect the computer code to be used in types of cyberattacks beyond extortion campaigns, including efforts to seize control of networks and steal data". Read More »

India likely to skip One Belt One Road Forum

The modern proposed SREB will forge China's links with western Europe through Central Asia and Russian Federation, and with the Mediterranean through West Asia. "It should change the very political and economic landscape of the continent bringing Eurasia stability, prosperity". China's participation in the Indian economy is growing as India's markets expand and new opportunities arise. Read More »

Capitals star Ovechkin played injured

Mike Sullivan had a point to make. "Have some patience", he said. "Obviously, if I made a decision to trade the goalie, we wouldn't be (here) right now", Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford said. On Friday, they successfully killed off four Anaheim power plays and allowed only four shots when short handed. He has played more than 69 games just once since 2008-09. Read More »

Donald Trump Accuses James Comey Of 'Spying' After Firing Him

When asked whether the FBI's Russian Federation investigation is fake news, or a "witch hunt", as Trump called it this morning in another tweet, Clapper told MSNBC on Friday: "I don't believe it is". The White House rejected the suggestion the exchange was inappropriate. Comey promised only that he could be honest, The New York Times reported . Read More »

Senators to hear from Comey amid FBI's Russian Federation investigation


The phony Trump/Russia story was an excuse used by the Democrats as justification for losing the election. "I would not hide that on October 28 (days before the November 8 election)". In a brief statement afterward, the two leaders of the House investigation, Republican Rep. Mike Conaway and Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, thanked Comey and Rogers for showing up, but offered few details. Read More »

Nations grapple with huge cyberattack, but more's coming

Researchers with Czech Republic-based security software maker Avast said they had observed more than 126,000 ransomware infections, with 60 percent of infected computers located in Russian Federation, followed by Ukraine and Taiwan. FedEx the USA reported that its Windows computers were "experiencing interference" from malware, but wouldn't say if it had been hit by ransomware. Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon hails 'emphatic' SNP election results


Afterwards, the ex-SNP leader said: "I've never taken any election battle for granted, I've represented the north-east of Scotland for 30 years and every election the Tories tell me they are going to beat me and every time they fall short". Read More »

Venezuelan Women Protesters Face Security Forces


The prosecutors said a policeman died from a gunshot wound during a protest Wednesday in the western city of Carabobo. An armored vehicle ran over a protester in Venezuela as the violent demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro continued. Read More »

FedEx reports malware interference in global cyberattack: statement

When the ransomware takes over a computer, the attackers are pretty explicit in their demands, Segura said. Cluley said "There's clearly some culpability on the part of the USA intelligence services". The company also said that WanaCrypt0r 2.0 uses an exploit code that was created to work only against unpatched Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 or earlier operating systems. Read More »

Carmaker Nissan says United Kingdom plant hit by cyber attack

Ransoms paid so far amount to only tens of thousands of dollars, one analyst said, but he predicted they would rise. The exploit was leaked last month as part of a trove of NSA spy tools. 'Europol has said that it is unprecedented in terms of the scale of the cyber attack that has taken place. Worldwide investigators hunted Saturday for those behind an unprecedented cyber-attack that affected systems in dozens of countries, including at banks, hospitals and government agencies, as ... Read More »

Trump's Long History of Recording Calls Makes His Tweet About "Tapes"

After Trump tweeted in March that President Barack Obama had ordered a wiretap on his phones in Trump Tower, three ex-employees told The Associated Press that as a businessman, Trump not only anxious about possible listening devices in his phones and office but had also occasionally taped his own phone conversations. Read More »

Abbas Meets Trump Amid Calls to Stop Palestinian Terror Payments

President, I affirm to you that we are raising our youth, our children, our grandchildren on a culture of peace ", Abbas told Trump. In his remarks to the press, Abbas called for a Palestinian state based on the 1967 "borders", with East Jerusalem as its capital, and said the issue of Palestinian refugees must be resolved " according to the terms of global law". Read More »

Linux And Windows Partner Up In A New Way

Xamarin Live Player isn't the only piece of mobile development news out of Microsoft's Build developer conference Thursday. Microsoft also discussed virtual reality - what it calls "mixed reality" - and unveiled handheld motion controllers for the range of VR headsets the firm works with, alongside its own HoloLens headset. Read More »

Donald Trump in middle of a growing scandal

I was going to fire regardless of recommendation". Trump has reportedly fumed privately about negative media attention and criticism from Democrats who he thought would welcome Comey's dismissal after he took the extraordinarily unusual step to speak out about the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's email days before the election. Read More »

AAP rebel Kapil Mishra attacked

Mishra has alleged that the investigation into the tanker scam was repeatedly delayed and influenced by Kejriwal and "his two men". Axed Delhi minister Kapil Mishra, who is on an indefinite fast, today claimed his next "expose" will rattle the people of Delhi who "trusted the Aam Aadmi Party". Read More »

Cyberattack hit German rail schedule boards


The attacks came in the form of ransomware, a technique used by hackers that locks a user's files unless they pay the attackers in bitcoin. Security researchers said they observed some victims paying via the digital currency bitcoin, though they did not know what percent had given in to the extortionists. Read More »

Bottas has engine changed after water leak


He managed to pull of into the pit lane exit, from where the vehicle was recovered and the Ferrari mechanics were able to fix the auto and send him out again to set his fastest time. Haas F1's Kevin Magnussen ended Q2 in P11, 0.078 seconds adrift of a place in Q3. Then those not in the top six of the order started to filter out onto the track. Read More »

Spurs advance to face Warriors in Western Finals

When asked if he protested when he chose to sit him, Popovich said: "He'd rather play". Anderson for some reason in these Playoffs, shot much better on the road than at home, while Gordon had a hard time adjusting when he was reinserted in the first five in the last two games. Read More »

India hit by ransomware virus

But computers and networks that didn't update their systems were still at risk. 'Where the patient data has been properly backed up, which has been in most cases, work can continue as normal because the patient data can be downloaded and people can continue with their work'. Read More »

Pakistan Signs Nearly $500 Million In China Deals At Silk Road Summit

Britain will be represented by Chancellor Philip Hammond, a personal envoy of the British Prime Minister Theresa May, at the meeting, which representatives from the British enterprises and think tanks are expected to be attending. President Xi also said that the two countries should strengthen and enhance cooperation on major worldwide and regional issues. Xi said China wants to deepen cooperation with Pakistan under the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. Read More »

Prez Trump To James Comey ... You're Fired!

Minutes earlier, Trump issued his thinly veiled threat to Comey, an extraordinary development in the ongoing feud between the President and the agencies investigating alleged ties between his campaign and Russian Federation. He's viewed even senior advisers suspiciously, including Bannon and Priebus, when stories about internal White House drama land in the press. Other government officials get pretty curious. Read More »

Julianne Moore & Jennifer Connelly Show Off Their Met Gala 2017 Style!

Yet, numerous evening's most disappointing looks came not from celebrities who went too far with their fashion choices, but from those who didn't try to follow the theme. But it's also a time to celebrate the hottest couples on the planet. One Twitter user jokingly noted that by wearing a red ensemble at 2017 Met Gala , Katy Perry could be promoting Taylor Swift's critically-acclaimed 2012 album RED. Read More »

Town celebs give thumbs up to SC on Nirbhaya verdict


The top court ruling on convicts' plea was set to decide whether the four perpetrators arrested for the crime would be sentenced to death , or given mercy . They further used words like "Gruesome", "sadistic" and "beastly" while describing the case in a 429-page law testimony. At least six rapes take place in the Indian capital every day, she said. Read More »

China presses South Korea on THAAD missile system

Moon's remark indicates his willingness to renegotiate the agreement, observers said. Regional experts have believed for months that North Korea was preparing for its sixth nuclear test and was working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the U.S., presenting Trump with one of his most pressing security issues. Read More »

We are closing the gap on the Tories - Corbyn on Labour's results

Ukip won only one seat. Cable said: "Ukip has virtually disintegrated, and that matters politically because, if you are a middle-of-the-road Conservative who voted Remain and you see your own party effectively assimilating Ukip and its values as well as its voters, I think they will have pause now and worry about the future". Read More »

UK interior minister says health system has recovered from cyber attack

It's believed those consumers are at a higher risk than those using newer, updated versions. Teams of technicians worked around the clock Saturday to restore Britain's crippled hospital network and secure the computers that run factories, banks, government agencies and transport systems in other nations after a global cyberattack. Read More »

#LetsMakePeace: Trump goes on odd tweetstorm praising Russian Federation - and Rosie O'Donnell

Trump's tweeting was a subject during a press conference Friday at which Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he was not aware of any such recordings. Comey did not say he asked Justice for more money or FBI agents to expand the Russian Federation investigation, as one official told NBC News Wednesday - and as was reported by the New York Times , the Washington Post and others. Read More »

French Socialist ex-premier wants to join Macron's movement

North Korea on Tuesday joined the chorus of congratulations for Macron, with ceremonial head of state Kim Yong-Nam wishing him "success in his responsible work for the development and prosperity of France". President of Dashmesh Sikh Academy, Paris , Rajbir Singh said there was much relief for the Sikhs living in France as many had made their mind to leave the nation if Le Pen was elected since they would have been barred from wearing turban. Read More »

Trump vows to revive stalled Israel-Palestine peace process

Abbas also spoke positively about the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative, in which all Arab states offered peace to Israel after the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital. Abbas laid out his own demands. But it was far less chummy than the way Trump and Netanyahu interacted in February. President Trump stressed that he is personally committed to helping Israelis and Palestinians achieve a comprehensive peace, and that any peace settlement can only be the product ... Read More »