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Hack Notice: Ransomware hits Spanish companies sparking WannaCry panic

Ransomware hits Spanish companies sparking WannaCry panic

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https://www.databreaches.net/ransomware-hits-spanish-companies-sparking-wannacry-panic/
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Catalin Cimpanu reports: two major Spanish companies have been hit by ransomware today. Both infections occurred on the same day, sparking memories of the WannaCry outbreak. […] The first is Everis, an IT consultancy firm owned by the NTT Data Group. The second is Cadena SER, Spain’s largest radio network, which also�admitted to the incident via a message on its website. scan more on ZDNet.  

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