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Hackers behind the global cyber attack have raised Dollars 20000

It's been a matter of weeks since a shady hacker crew called Shadow Brokers dumped a load of tools believed to belong to the National Security Agency (NSA). According to Avast, the ransomware has also targeted Ukraine and Taiwan. It was not yet known who perpetrated Friday's attacks. In Germany, customer information screens at railway stations were hit but there was no impact on services.



Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW) Shares Bought by 1ST Source Bank

Finally, Quadrant Capital Group LLC increased its stake in Charles Schwab Corp by 6.4% in the first quarter. Acadian Asset Management LLC now owns 5,919 shares of the financial services provider's stock worth $187,000 after buying an additional 2,982 shares in the last quarter.


Mother's Day - Why do we celebrate it every year?

Mother's Day - Why do we celebrate it every year?

By a little while, she says an hour or two wait for a table is a definite possibility this Sunday. But, of course, you want to get her something! "It's a 24-hour job", explained Christy Savage of Vestavia Hills. " They can come", she said. On this one occasion I brought along a devotional book to read to my mom. Now, she has turned old and she would love to know that her child value the time she devoted to making him/her better citizen.


Global Cyber Attack Hits Hospitals, Companies

Global Cyber Attack Hits Hospitals, Companies

Cyber security firm Avast said the majority of the attacks targeted Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan, although details of which computer systems were targeted in those countries remain sketchy. Individuals and organisations are discouraged from paying the ransom, as this does not guarantee access will be restored, the USCERT said. WannaCry has already caused massive disruption around the globe.


Portugal makes history with Eurovision Song Contest win

Portugal makes history with Eurovision Song Contest win

Italy and Portugal had been the bookmakers' favourites going into the 62nd edition of the Eurovision contest, which was hosted in the Ukrainian capital. In response, Russia's state-owned Channel 1 television refused to broadcast the contest, replacing Saturday's final with a screening of the film "Alien".