Why would security firms be keen to stop the advance of a brand of malware that is a major cash cow for them? Only a fool would want to stop that malware from making bigger and bigger inroads into the world of Windows users and that should be obvious to anyone with the IQ of the common cockroach.
US security software-as-a-service provider Cygilant has been a victim of a ransomware attack, with cyber criminals having used the NetWalker strain to target the firm's Windows systems.
Intel has announced a new line of chips for laptops, claiming that its 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Iris X graphics would be up to 2.7x faster in content creation, more than 20% faster in office productivity and more than twice as fast in gaming plus streaming.
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