Shannon Vavra May 16, 2017
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North Korean hacking group behind ransomware attack

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On Friday, a ransomware attack demanded payments of $300 before users could log in to their files in 74 countries around the world — including at a Spanish telecom company, the National Health Service in England, the Russian Foreign Ministry, and FedEx (read our Friday roundup here).

By the end of the day Monday, the ransomware had spread to 300,000 breaches across 150 countries, according to U.S. Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert. Here's everything else you missed Monday as the ransomware continued to cause problems around the world.

The latest: