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Posted by: | on December 29, 2019
#comptia | #ransomware | Ransomware attacks several major cities worldwide in 2019 | Science/technology
This figure means an increase of at least 60 percent compared to last year. In 2019, ransomware aims at giant and influential organizations.
Although the demanded payment of each ransomware normally comes up to US$5 million, the real damage is much more than that. Therefore, these kinds of attacks are a thorny issue of businesses in all the world.
According to researchers, the infected organizations are usually not capable of paying a large sum of ransom, yet they tend to agree with other just as dangerous requests as temporarily blocking a certain service in a city.
This obviously create an adverse impact of social welfare of citizens there, further leading to even more negative effects on finance as well as other sensitive social matters.
By KIM THANH – Translated by Huong Vuong
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Posted by: | on March 8, 2016
Donald Trump’s Education Plan: Several Experts Fearful, Curious … and Baffled – Politics K-12 – Education Week
Though he’s yet to lay out a detailed K-12 platform, we know the GOP presidential candidate doesn’t like the common core and thinks American students produce lousy test scores.
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Posted by: | on May 26, 2015
It was Ruth Bell Graham the wife of renowned evangelist Dr. Billy Graham who was once asked, “Did you ever want to divorce Billy?” In a quick-witted animated response Mrs. Graham replied straight from her heart, “Divorce? No! Murder? Yes!” Many of us, if not all of us who’ve tied the knot may be apt to respond in the same fashion, for understandably, getting married and staying married, in any generation, has it’s challenges. Read More….
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