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Many digital trees have died for the cause of informing Windows admins about the SMBv1 vulnerability that spawned the WannaCry and ExPetr/NotPetya malware attacks. Yet a relatively small sample of data collected from a freely available tool shows that thousands have not gotten the message, or have some significant blind spots in their networks.

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Yesterday, a global ransomware outbreak began, and it looks to be as big as the WannaCry story that broke not so long ago.
There are numerous reports that several large companies from different countries have been hit, and the magnitude of the epidemic is likely to grow even more.

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The hackers behind the GoldenEye/Petya ransomware gave the first signs of life since the outbreak by posting new ransom demands, along with a signature for the malware’s private key, as evidence that they are the ones behind the June 27 attack. Their new demands? 100 Bitcoins worth $258,000.

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