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A developer working with Tata Consulting Services in Kolkata, India has leaked troves of internal documents to GitHub, the web-based version control repository and Internet hosting service. Financial institutions whose files were leaked had mixed responses, with some ignoring the notice that their internal files were out in the open for competitors or hackers to use.

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This week brought new public evidence about Russian interference in the 2016 election. On Monday, the Intercept published a top-secret National Security Agency document describing Russian hacking attempts against the US election system. While the attacks seem more exploratory than operational, they further illustrate the real threats and vulnerabilities facing our elections, and they point to solutions.

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Are you such a video game fanatic that you simply can’t wait to get your paws on sneak previews of upcoming hit titles?
If so, your fervour may be fuelling the criminal activities of an unnamed group of who have targeted a developer of highly popular video games.

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Sometimes ransomware developers make mistakes in their code. These mistakes could help victims regain access to their original files after a ransomware infection.
This article is a short description of several errors, which were made by the WannaCry ransomware developers.

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