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But Microsoft's security patch released in March should protect U. networks for those who install it." "Micrsoft's top lawyer has criticized U. intelligence for 'stockpiling' software code that can aid hackers. About 50% of machines that would have spread the infection by the second variation of the malware have Russian I. Ryan Kalember, senior vice president at Proofpoint Inc., which helped stop its spread, said the version without a kill switch could spread.
Cybersecurity experts say the unknown hackers behind the latest attacks used a vulnerability exposed in U. government documents leaked online." "Bossert said 'criminals' are responsible, not the U. It was benign because it contained a flaw that prevented it from taking over computers and demanding ransom to unlock files but other more malicious ones will likely pop up.
In China, "hundreds of thousands" of computers were affected, including petrol stations, cash machines and universities, according to Qihoo 360, one of China's largest providers of antivirus software.
The malware affected computers at “several” unspecified Chinese government departments, the country’s Cyberspace Administration said on its We Chat blog Monday.
They had how many months since Vault7 was released? These back doorways should have immediately patched, and there should have been way more publicity about the whole issue.