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Q: did your school get a computer attack?

so Monday morning, the school internet is down and all the teachers are complaining except the international department foreign teachers, even though we are all own the same network. Our department uses windows 10 with updates and the rest of the school still uses XP from the last century.

 

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/17/us-should-take-some-blame-for-massive-cyberattack-chinese-media-says.htm

 

Never mind that we torrented a free copy of windows 10 because the school is too cheap to pay for it, it is  the americans fault our systems are down. nothing to do with copy-write or being cheap, yeah right.

 

nobody rights code for xp anymore and 360 did not copy the update to fight it in time to save China from the problem but micro soft had the update to stop this in March.

 

Hell, even Russia uses legal updates and did not get hit, or so they say, but China will the high tech super power of the world by 2040 according to the CCP.

30 weeks 2 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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Sorry ambi, but you are into an 'old-news' .

 

I couldn't find title I was reading last week on the same subject by passing 4th page at 'Zero'. That's 'old' by all parameters. 

 

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"It's Much Bigger Than WannaCry": New Stealthy Cyberattack Could Dwarf Last Week's Global Worm Epidemic

Another large-scale, stealthy cyberattack is underway on a scale that could dwarf last week's assault on computers worldwide, a global cybersecurity firm told AFP on Wednesday. Rather than freeze files demanding a ransom, Adylkuzz uses infected computers to mine virtual currency..."As it is silent and doesn't trouble the user, the Adylkuzz attack is much more profitable for the cyber criminals."

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We did disconnect, we turned to 12.5" iPads

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Not my School ....  buTT ....

 

"ShadowBrokers" Hacking Group Launches Subscription Service Selling Nuclear Secrets

The hacking group known as 'The Shadow Brokers' is pushing a monthly subscription service offering members top secret information including "compromised network data" from the nuclear and ballistic missile programs of Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.

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Yes, but thankfully we have an amazing team of I.T. guys from Taiwan (and some tech-savvy teachers).

We were able to sandbox it and unmap shared drives before it spread.
It's funny to think about.
You can have all the cracked software in the world, but it'll be worthless if you don't pay a good I.T. to keep it optimal.

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-29/wannacry-ransomware-attack-link...

 

WannaCry Ransomware Attack Linked To China, Not Russia Or North Korea

 

 

New analysis suggests Chinese-speaking criminals may have been behind the WannaCry ransomware that affected thousands of organisations worldwide.

 

Researchers from Flashpoint looked at the language used in the ransom notice.

 

They said the use of proper grammar and punctuation in only the Chinese versions indicated the writer was "native or at least fluent" in Chinese.

 

The translated versions of the ransom notice appeared to be mostly "machine translated".

 

The WannaCry ransom note could be displayed in 28 different languages, but only the Chinese and English versions appeared to have been written by humans.

 

The English text also used some unusual phrases such as: "But you have not so enough time". 

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