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Worldwide cyber-attack "Wannacry"


To recap, on Friday many NHS hospitals across the United Kingdom were forced to shut down IT systems and telephones lines, and in some cases cancel operations and send patients home, after being struck by the ransomware attack , later identified to be a variant of Wanna Decryptor/WannaCry/WCry. Read More »

White House calls Sally Yates a 'political opponent' of Trump

News outlets previously reported that Flynn discussed USA sanctions with a Russian ambassador before Trump took office. Tl;dr: Sally Yates was the acting attorney general. Just days after the inauguration, moreover, Yates used those same NSA transcripts to try to get Flynn fired, by warning the White House that he was "vulnerable" to Russian extortion. Read More »

President Trump warns Comey about 'leaking', implies talks were recorded

Gomez said the director Trump appoints could try to end the investigation, but "I think that's when you're going to see a lot of resistance, both vocal and passive, from people within the FBI". Trump acted entirely on Rosenstein's recommendation when firing Comey. But Trump later admitted he had already planned to fire Comey, and told NBC's Lester Holt, "when I made a decision to just do it, I said to myself, I said, You know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation ... Read More »

Britain's Labour launches 'radical, responsible' election manifesto

Labour has also promised it will increase corporation tax to 26 percent by 2022 and impose a "Robin Hood tax " on financial transactions. New borrowing worth £250bn over ten years will be invested in infrastructure such as roads, railways and broadband to "upgrade" the United Kingdom economy. Read More »

White House rejects allegations that Trump asked Comey to end Flynn probe

Donald Trump is set to embark Friday on his first foreign trip, which had been optimistically viewed by some aides as an opportunity to reset an administration floundering under an inexperienced president. Any investigation would pay close attention to the timeline. The White House immediately rejected the report , as Democrats seized on it as potential proof of "obstruction" of justice. Read More »

No substantial impact of WannaCry on Indian IT system: Secy


The infection strikes by encrypting all the files on the PC and then displaying a ransom note demanding US$300 or $600 in bitcoin. That's why it's called ransomware. A majority of ATMs in India still run on the outdated Windows XP operating system, highly exposed to the cyberattack. Install all Windows updates. 5. Read More »

Droit du travail: Edouard Philippe défend la méthode Macron


La nomination d'Edouard Philippe à Matignon pose le premier jalon de la composition du gouvernement. Une future équipe dévoilée mardi soir en intégralité, qui pourrait faire la part belle à des personnalités issues des Républicains . La passation des pouvoirs entre l'actuel premier ministre, Bernard Cazeneuve , et son successeur s'est déroulée de manière on ne peut plus élégante. Read More »

'What the Hell!': The View Reacts to Comey's Alleged Memo About Trump


Central to them is the idea of intent or bad goal, or what President Trump may have been thinking when he allegedly told Comey in February " I hope you can let this go ". Republican congressional leaders had resisted the idea, and there had been no clear sign that Trump or his top White House aides were about to announce it. Read More »

Trump Asked FBI's Comey to Drop Flynn Inquiry

The S&P 500 was on track for its worst day since September. The oversight committee chosen by House Speaker Paul Ryan to investigate whether President Donald Trump obstructed an FBI probe has been the most publicly aggressive group involved in the cautious, GOP-led investigations. Read More »

While Comey memo could be key, any Trump prosecution tricky

The White House downplayed the report , however, saying at no time did Trump ask or order Comey or any other law enforcement official to stop an investigation, including the Russian Federation probe. "The president is confident in the events that he has maintained, and he wants the truth in these investigations to get to the bottom of the situation", Spicer said, according to a pool report. Read More »

Two Senate panels seek Comey memos, Intel wants testimony

The turmoil spilled into financial markets as US stocks fell the most since March, measures of volatility spiked higher and Treasuries rallied with gold. Last week, a Virginia grand jury issued subpoenas targeting Flynn. "Now, you know , things like tax reform, which is, you know , very, very hard in the best of times - with that cloud, with this cloud, hanging over this building, that legislative agenda is all but gone". Read More »

Ransomware attack puts renewed focus on cybersecurity

Then who is, you may ask? The fact that so many computers remained vulnerable two months after the release of a patch illustrates this aspect. Finally, the extent of the problems caused by the WannaCry ransomware worm and the ease with which its payload was delivered means that there will be other new variants coming along soon. Read More »

Corbyn sets out radical manifesto for United Kingdom polls

The party also plans a levy on businesses with staff earning large salaries over £330,000. There are some problems here... Labour pledged not to increase VAT or National Insurance, but said it will increase corporation tax and will launch a campaign to crack down on tax avoidance. Read More »

Cyber-Security Experts Fear the Progression Of 'WannaCry' Ransomware


It is one of a handful of such cases the Herald has been made aware of, while the government's cyber crime agency has been kept busy with numerous reports of ransomware attacks. "We believe [WannaCry's operators] are amateurs", said Catalin Cosoi, chief security strategist at the cyber security firm Bitdefender. Ensure that security solutions are switched on all nodes of the network. Read More »

White House offers muted response on Comey memo

It's striking how many congressional Republicans are concerned about President Donald Trump's behavior of late. Despite comparisons to Richard Nixon's actions and impeachment, Trump has an advantage: Unlike Nixon, Trump does not have a majority party calling for impeachment proceedings. Read More »

Emergency Declared At Manhattan Project Nuclear Site In Washington State

A gravel road was built to the collapse site, and workers wearing protective suits and breathing masks planned to fill the hole with 50 truckloads of dirt, the Energy Department said . During a confirmation hearing in January, the former Texas governor and Dancing with the Stars contestant told the U.S. Senate he would prioritize cleanup efforts at Hanford, which he called "one of the most risky, polluted sites we have in the country". Read More »

Governments to blame for cyberattack


Security researchers are still scrambling to learn more about how the malware operates, but it's understood that WannaCry exploits a vulnerability in older, outdated Windows systems including Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003. Read More »

Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russian Federation


In a single week, Trump fired the FBI director, told different stories about why, became the target of a congressional investigation that's expanding into money-laundering, shared intelligence with Russian Federation, offered shifting explanations for the latter, and then wound up being accused of wading into a police investigation. Read More »

Amazon's Latest Echo Device Includes a Touchscreen

But if you want Alexa's new calling features on a budget, you can pick up the Echo Dot for just $49.99 or use the free Alexa app for your smartphone or tablet. The device also has a 5 MP camera at the front. Simply tell Alexa which contact to call, and their Alexa-powered device will ring. As yet there are no details on when the Echo Show will be headed to the United Kingdom and other countries. Read More »

High stakes involved in Trump's revelations to Russian Federation


Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Kremlin is prepared to provide a transcript of the conversation between Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. "It is wholly appropriate for the president to share whatever information he thinks is to the advancement of the security of the American people", McMaster said. Read More »

Paul Ryan warns against rushing to judgment on James Comey memo

Comey created similar memoranda relating to other controversial conversations, whether with officials in the current administration or the prior one". "How could they not be?" The crush of new developments, often without warning, has felt like "drinking from a fire hydrant at times ", Sen. "It was not about a break-in, a single break-in", Bernstein told CNN in 2003. Read More »

India boycotts China's B&R meet; mounts diplomatic pressure against CPEC

One of the criticisms of the Silk Road plan is that host countries may struggle to pay back loans for huge infrastructure projects being carried out and funded by Chinese companies and banks. The South Asian nation - the world's fastest growing major economy and Asia's third biggest - chose not to attend the gathering, where China laid out its plan to connect almost 70 countries through a series of global trade pacts, inspired by the ancient Silk Road trading route. Read More »

Microsoft says NSA to blame for Wannacry

This malware exploits the same weaknesses and NSA hacking tools that WannaCry used, but in a far more devious manner. Providing updates to older systems could make computers more insecure by removing an incentive for users to modernize, Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer of F-Secure, a security firm. Read More »

Google rolling out arsenal of services, gadgets

Google says it wants to invest in the "vitals" of its mobile operating system with Android O, and that includes the basics like battery life, security and boot up times: those boot up times are going to be around twice as fast for the, for instance, all thanks to some clever tweaking Google's engineers have done behind the scenes in Android O. Read More »

Microsoft's president blames NSA for WannaCry attack


Meanwhile, there is at least one thing the government and security experts agree on: People who have seen the dreaded WannaCry screen should not pay the ransom. How much ransom was asked? Up until recently, the ransomware threat wasn't considered that significant . Who is to blame for the massive ransomware attack? That isn't a lot, compared to the nearly billion and a half Windows PCs out there. Read More »

Experts fear surge of extortion plot victims as workweek opens


The WannaCry ransomware started taking over users' files on Friday, demanding $300 (£230) to restore access. Today our engineers added detection and protection against new malicious software known as Ransom:Win32.WannaCrypt. And while Microsoft had already released a security update to patch the vulnerability one month earlier , the sequence of events fed speculation that the NSA hadn't told the US tech giant about the security risk until after it had been stolen. Read More »

Android O Preview Features And Beta Announced At I/O 2017 Keynote

Finally, the Assistant inside Google Home will start to offer you Visual Responses. Android is the clear victor in that regard, as it just recently surpassed 2 billion devices around the world. They're created to be stacked in pods in data centers, capable of achieving 11.5 petaflops. Android Go is Android, however, it has been pre-configured to be optimised for devices with less computing power and potentially limited data connections. Read More »

Demand for independent probe into Trump-Russia ties growing

Every minute is painful. A cause as serious as obstruction of justice would be classified by Trump's alleged request of Comey in February. I've changed my mind. Congress will want to hear from the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, the speaker said, although he stopped short of calling for a hearing, saying he will leave that up to the investigating committees. Read More »

Always Dreaming gives trainer Pletcher scare during training

Coverage from Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore begins at 3 p.m., May 19 on NBCSN with the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (G2), and continues at 2:30 p.m., Saturday on NBCSN. "But the horse has to take you, not the other way around". His eye was fine five days later, according to Casse. Do that today, and you're a PETA poster boy. Read More »