Security firm Sophos appears to be unaware that when one is in a hole, it is time to stop digging. Nothing else can account for the fact that when the company found itself with egg on its face over the WannaCry ransomware attack, it chose to try and "clarify" things.
In the wake of the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, security firm ESET is offering free cyber security awareness training to anyone interested in learning more about its importance and how to lower the risk of being attacked.
Current and former NSA officials say the agency informed Microsoft about the theft of the exploit named EternalBlue after learning of it, making it possible for the Redmond software giant to issue a patch for it in March. The exploit was used in the WannaCry ransomware attacks over last weekend.
What are these guys selling?A mobile phone or a mobile camera?
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