Cyberattack havoc could grow as work week begins, experts say

The NSA tools were stolen by hackers and dumped on the internet. Russian Federation and Ukraine had a heavy concentration of infections, according to Dutch security company Avast Software BV. Hospitals are also fertile ground for identity thieves due to their often-lax security policies. The most disruptive attacks were reported in the United Kingdom, where hospitals and clinics were forced to turn away patients after losing access to computers.

Frozen burritos recalled for possible listeria contamination

The problem was discovered when Valley Innovative Services was notified by their waffle supplier that the waffle product used in the frozen entrée products was recalled due to potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination . They're marked with Sell By dates of 6/6/2017; 7/13/2017; 8/15/2017; 10/12/2017; 12/21/2017; and 4/11/2018. The USDA marked this as a Class 1, High Health Risk recall, which means the USDA believes "there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will ...

Chrissy Teigen Gets Tattoo For Revenge

And what do Chrissy and Eddie's matching tattoos say? She was apparently retaliating against husband John Legend, which a friend in the background clarified. The finished product hilariously read, "It's a prank, bruh", in jet-black ink. As she recounted, she was standing outside of a tattoo shop in Miami when she picked a fan at random to go and do the deed with her.

How a perfect storm allowed a global ransomware attack to happen

Europe and Russian Federation were left reeling Saturday by a malicious global cyberattack that used leaked NSA tools to exploit a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and spread ransomware across networks around the world. This morning people woke up thinking it was only in Europe". Security experts say this attack should wake up every corporate board room and legislative chamber around the globe.

ACCC Warn Of Scams As 47% Increase Looms

She explained 1352 people were victims of romance scams via social media sites previous year, in particular, Facebook. More than 240 reports of dating and romance scams came from South Australian victims, of whom 68 lost money, 22 being conned out of more than $10,000 each, according to the ACCC report.

Cyber Attack Hit 200000 People in 150 Countries, Says Europol

Kaspersky Lab said it had recorded incidents in 74 countries, mostly in Russian Federation, but noted that its visibility "may be limited and incomplete". "If you turn up to A&E numerous trusts will not be able to access your records, will not be able to see your medical history, whether you are taking any medication, to see whether or not you are allergic to anything so staff are very much reliant on what patients are telling them".

Ole Miss softball wins first-ever SEC tournament title

Alabama softball's run at the SEC Tournament ended in the semifinal round Saturday , as the Crimson Tide fell, 4-1, to Ole Miss. Janca hit 2-for-4 with one double and one run. Two batters later, Will Golsan knocked in Kessinger with a single up the middle to stretch the lead to 6-4. Back-to-back base hits by Dare and Runyon in the bottom of the sixth set up Hemphill for an RBI single, putting the Tide in the run column and cutting the deficit to three.

Rare virus people can get from ticks

As the warm summer months draw dangerously near, experts have started warning the public about a tick-borne virus on the rise that can have much deadlier consequences than Lyme disease . Scientists have already said an unusually large abundance of acorns in the northeast two years ago fueled a population boom of white-footed mice last year.

200000 users, 150 countries hit by ransomware: Europol chief

Friday's global cyber-attack has affected more than 200,000 victims in 150 countries, Europol chief Rob Wainwright said on Sunday. The World's biggest cyber attack which has hit 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries threatens to create more havoc on Monday when people return to work.

Ebola Outbreak: FG calls for increased vigilance

The health minister, therefore, directed that all Nigerian health workers should maintain a high index of suspicion by screening all fevers for Ebola . He said the government had directed health officials stationed at the ports, to step up inspection activities. Adewole also charged state health ministries to strengthen their supervision services and escalate any incident appropriately.

I-75 reopens as brush fire burns near North Port

Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDF) fire personnel and equipment are being sent to Georgia to help with wildfire suppression efforts under a United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Cooperative Wildland Fire Management and Stafford Act Response Agreement, according to a press release.

Prisoners issue will remain priority for Hamas, new leader Haniyeh says

In 2006, Haniyeh was appointed a prime minister after Hamas swept parliamentary election in the Gaza Strip. Haniyeh, who also served as Mashaal's deputy for four years, is seen as a pragmatist within Hamas who will likely seek to improve the group's worldwide standing.

Southdale's 'sea of pink' for Race for the Cure

The event featured the Survivors Parade of Pink as breast cancer survivors walked down the Art Museum's steps. Opening ceremonies began at 7am. Then, the race followed at 8:15am. The winners of the Race for the Cure 5K were Sean Flannagan - who finished with a time of 17 minutes, 43 seconds - and Morgan Ansell (19:58). 75 percent of funds raised stay local to the Komen Philadelphia Community Grants program and other breast health initiatives in our 15-county service area.

Ransomware attack could be repeated as early as Monday, MalwareTech says

His move may have saved governments and companies millions of dollars and slowed the outbreak before USA -based computers were more widely infected. Pressed further, he said: "I can assure you that the nuclear deterrent is fully protected".

Trump says he was always going to fire FBI director

Comey is said to have declined the pledge, but offered Trump that he would be "honest" with him. At Liberty, the nation's largest Christian college, Trump peppered his remarks with the kind of anti-establishment rhetoric that fuelled his maverick presidential campaign, telling graduates to challenge "entrenched interests".

Google Doodle celebrates motherhood through special doodle

The Google's animated doodle represents the celebration of "motherhood" and "mothering" with a series of events related to a pregnant cactus and her milestones as a mother bearing baby cacti, looking after them and finally living family life with the grown up babies.

UK Labour deputy leader warns of 'Thatcher style' landslide

He admitted Labour had a "mountain to climb" before voting day, although the party is determined and the final manifesto, a draft of which was leaked on Wednesday, contains "terrifically exciting" ideas. He said he supported military action "as a genuine last resort" but accused recent British and USA governments of "bomb first, talk later" policies.

Another Global Cyber-Attack Likely On Monday: UK Experts

This, security experts said, marked an unprecedented escalation in the risk of fresh attacks spreading in the coming days and weeks. NHS Digital said the impact of the cyberattack could continue. French police said there were "more than 75,000 victims" around the globe, but cautioned that the number could increase "significantly". There were no details on which companies were targeted or the origin of the attack.

Ebola: WHO deploys investigation team to DRC

All the cases were recorded in the remote northeast equatorial forest region of Bas-Uele, near the country's border with the Central African Republic (CAR), according to the BBC . Starting from April 22, nine suspected Ebola cases have been reported, including three deaths and the six other still hospitalized. Six cases are now hospitalized.

UK's health system recovering from attack

Britain's National Health Service fell victim, its hospitals forced to close wards and emergency rooms and turn away patients. Security experts said the attack appeared to be caused by a self-replicating piece of software that enters companies when employees click on email attachments, then spreads quickly internally from computer to computer when employees share documents.

Dozens of countries hit by record cyberextortion attack

When a demand for ransom payments appears on a user's screen - $300 at first, doubling to $600 in a few days - it's usually too late: All files on that computer have been encrypted and are unreadable by their owners. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said 48 NHS trusts were affected and all but six were now back to normal. It also said the attack did not specifically target the NHS.

Always Dreaming wins rain-soaked Kentucky Derby

Further still, he gave a first victory to the team of Pletcher and Velazquez, each of whom had won once before without the other, Velazquez in 2011 aboard Animal Kingdom. While Always Dreaming will face a host of new challengers at the Preakness, conventional wisdom holds that if these three-year-olds were championship-caliber, they would have run for the roses.

Palestinians held in Israeli jails are top of Hamas priorities, insists Haniyeh

Describe as "relatively unknown" to some foreign media before, he was under the spotlight after leading the Hamas movement that won the Palestinian legislative election of January 2006 and was named as Prime Minister. Israeli authorities say there are 860 hunger strikers, while Palestinian officials claim there might be nearly twice as many. On Sunday, Israel Prisons Service released footage that allegedly shows Barghouti eating in his cell.

Key facts about Ebola as Congo case reported

The DRC suffered a three-month outbreak of Ebola back in 2014. The outbreak raises concerns after the 2014-2015 Ebola epidemic in West Africa, which was the largest epidemic of the disease ever since it was first identified in 1976 in Yambuku, in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.

No need for travel restrictions in Congo Ebola outbreak, World Health Organization says

Two others may have also died from the disease. A team of experts is on its way to the area, and health workers will be supplied with protective equipment, WHO said. The US Agency for International Development has said an estimated 70 percent of the population has little or no access to healthcare. He died five days later, even though Nigeria was able to contain the disease and subsequently declared Ebola free by WHO.

UN agency raises number of suspected Ebola cases in Congo to 11

It is imperative to protect health workers and educate the public on hygiene measures, as well, WHO says. The zone is some 1,300km from the capital, Kinshasa. Clinical tests by the World Health Organization tested one of the bodies positive of the Ebola after the patient fell sick of haemorrhagic fever along the borders the Central African Republic.

Surging Hosmer Drives In Winning Run, Royals Edge O's

The Royals have allowed five runs in their last three games and three or less runs in seven of their last nine games. The 29-year-old registered a career-high 10 strikeouts at Tampa Bay on Monday and has racked up 17 while allowing two runs and seven hits over 12 1/3 frames in his last two outings.

Ebola: Govt Calls for Vigilance as Deadly Virus Resurfaces in DR Congo

This vast, impoverished Central African nation has had seven known Ebola outbreaks in the past, including one in 2014 with several dozen cases. It is imperative to protect health workers and educate the public on hygiene measures, as well, WHO says.

NHS cyber-attack: NHS computer systems being held to ransom across England

The malware's name is WCry, but analysts were also using variants such as WannaCry. Britain canceled or delayed treatments for thousands of patients, even people with cancer. It appeared to exploit a vulnerability purportedly identified for use by the U.S. National Security Agency and later leaked to the internet. Some said the attacks highlighted the need for agencies like the NSA to disclose security flaws so they can be patched.

United Nations agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo

Preventing the spread of the virus requires that authorities quickly track down, test, isolate and treat suspected cases. She said that Port Health officials were at alert at all airports, adding that the authority also informed them of the need to increase surveillance.

Eurovision 2017: Australia has a mooning moment

It is a considerable improvement for the United Kingdom, after last year's entrants Joe and Jake came 24th with 62 points. For the United Kingdom, Lucie Jones finished in 15th place with 111 points. BBC Monitoring reported that Ukrainian TV identified him as "scandalous" Ukrainian prankster Vitaliy Sedyuk. He said: "This is IBA, Channel 1 calling from Jerusalem".

Former French Prime Minister Valls plans to back Macron in June elections

Valls' overture received a non-committal response from Macron's party. Mr Valls told RTL radio that Mr Macron's victory over far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the presidential run-off on Sunday was a blow to populism in Europe, and gave a "terrific" image of France overseas.

Eurovision 2017: Your Recap Before Tomorrow's Diverse Grand Finale

Twenty-six countries will be competing for your votes, in a bid to win the competition. If you were relying on the betting markets to predict the outcome of the contest you'd have to side with Italy and Francesco Gabbani , but there's nothing stopping long shots Poland (100/1), last year's winners Ukraine (100/1), or even San Marino at a massive 200/1 from entering the fray.

Researcher finds 'kill switch' for cyberattack ransomware

A young cybersecurity researcher has been credited with helping to halt the spread of the global ransomware cyberattack by accidentally activating a so-called " kill switch " in the malicious software. But computers and networks that hadn't updated their systems were still at risk. Security experts said that they were not sure how many victims would pay the ransoms, or if access to computers was being restored after such payments.

New Chinese missile can attack aircraft carriers, THAAD

While no other country has claims in the busy Bohai Sea, the drills come amid heightened tension on the Korean peninsula, including Chinese anger at the deployment of the US anti-missile defence system THAAD in South Korea last month. Of course, left unsaid was China's support of its North Korean allies, who above all do not want to see anti-missile defenses in South Korea. Our positions should be judged not for what Trump proclaims but by the reality of China's activities.