Ransomware reportedly crippled DC camera network a week before inauguration

The Washington D.C. security camera network for public places was all but crippled earlier in January when ransomware was found to have locked up nearly two-thirds of all image recorders, each controlling up to four cameras.

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Skype Skips Monday

Microsoft on Monday confirmed that network issues crippled the consumer version of Skype. Some users reported no success in logging in. Others managed to log in, but weren’t recognized as being online. The network issues affected only the consumer version of the service, according to Microsoft. So Skype for Business was still in business. It’s unclear when Microsoft first learned of the problem or when it expects to resolve it. “We’re in the process of reconnecting our users,” said Leonas Sendrauskas, a Web quality assurance engineer at Microsoft.

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WikiLeaks publishes huge archive of hacked Sony documents

The high-profile cyberattack that crippled Sony Pictures Entertainment last year has taken yet another twist with WikiLeaks putting hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from the hack into a searchable online archive Thursday.

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