2017.05.12

News Headlines - 12 May 2017

NHS cyber attack brings websites down across England | Metro News

Hackers have reportedly taken control of computers and cut off phone lines in hospitals across England on International Nurses Day.
What is Wanna Decryptor the ransomware used in the NHS cyber attack?
The attack is allegedly demanding $300 (£230) worth of the digital currency bitcoin, otherwise the files will be deleted.

Square Enix Fiscal Year Report Shows Major Growth Thanks To Final Fantasy XV And Rise Of The Tomb Raider - Bleeding Cool

In terms of their digital entertainment, which makes up the bulk of Square’s business, they credited the major launches of blockbuster series titles like Final Fantasy XV and the PlayStation 4 version of Rise of the Tomb Raider for the success, alongside strong download sales of previously released catalog titles, which led to a material increase of net sales and operating income in the area of console games, compared to the prior fiscal year.

Inside job suspected in \85 million cash heist from Hiroshima police safe | The Japan Times

The \85.72 million ($760,000) in cash was being kept in the division safe as evidence for a fraud case. A police officer noticed the money was missing around 8 p.m. on Monday, according to the police.

Japanese club Gamba Osaka fined for fans' Nazi-like flag - BBC Sport

Japanese side Gamba Osaka have been fined and reprimanded after their supporters waved a flag bearing a symbol similar to a Nazi SS insignia.

Huge Great White Sharks are Being Killed in South Africa | National Geographic

In just a week, three massive great white sharks have washed up largely intact with just their livers removed, two of which, had their hearts removed as well.


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