S.Korea says nine cases of ransomware found in country so far

By REUTERS
May 15, 2017 07:06
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South Korea's presidential Blue House office said on Monday there have been nine cases of ransomware found in the country so far, but did not provide details on where the cyber attacks were discovered.

Authorities have been analyzing 48 samples of the cyber worm and the government has warned South Koreans how to protect their computers from being taken hostage, said Blue House Yoon Young-chan in a media briefing.

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