Friday February 24, 2017



Home | New York  •  Los Angeles  •  Chicago  •  Toronto •  London  •  Paris  •  Johannesburg  •  Hong Kong  •  Tokyo  •  Sydney  •  Dallas  •  San Francisco


Sheriff's Department pays ransom money to hacker...


The Carroll County Sheriff's Office paid the equivalent of $2,400 in ransom money to hackers, the county announced at a press conference Monday afternoon.

The office's computers were infected by ransomware, which prevented users from accessing files in the system.

The sheriff's office paid the ransom to the hackers in the form of Bitcoin, a popular "virtual currency."

The files in question were all decrypted after the ransom was paid, the sheriff's office said.






Top Headlines
NASA finds 7 earths in the Trappist solar system, 40 light years away...

DISCOVERY OF 715 LATEST PLANETS BY NASA...

Atlanta test for self-driving vehicles...

North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un’s Brother Assassinated in Malaysia...

Dolphins using blowfish to get high...



Markets
NASDAQ
4337.51
70.67
1.66%
S&P 500
1864.78
35.7
1.95%
RUSSELL 1000
1025.63
19.75
1.96%
FTSE 100
5707.6
170.63
3.08%
NIKKEI 225
14952.61
-760.78
-4.84%
Currencies
EUR/USD
1.1257
0.0001
+0.0044%
GBP/USD
1.4506
0.0000
+0.0000%
USD/JPY
113.2200
0.0000
+0.0000%
USD/CNY
6.5326
0.0000
+0.0000%
Commodities
Gold
1239.00
-8.90
-0.71%
Silver
15.79
0.00
-0.03%
Copper
2.0335
0.0270
1.35%
Wheat
457.75
-0.50
-0.11%
Orange Juice
133.35
-1.25
-0.93%
Crude Oil
29.08
2.87
10.95%












Apple iMac Computers In Stock! 300 x 250