Don’t Download This Word File: New Ransomware Deletes Victim’s Files In 96 Hours

Security researchers have discovered a new form of ransomware being distributed through malicious Microsoft Office documents and Word files—and attackers have published videos to walk victims through the process of buying Bitcoin to get pay the ransom. The Spider Virus ransomware campaign was first identified on Dec. 10 by researchers at cybersecurity firm Netskope and has… Please follow and like us:

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Bosnian Croat officials meet their nemesis in The Hague

Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina – For over 400 years the Old Bridge in Mostar united the east and west of the city. For centuries, the men of Mostar competed in jumping and diving off the bridge as part of the local tradition. The bridge has always been the symbol of Herzegova region’s Mostar, the most multi-ethnic… Please follow and like us:

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Soros blasts ‘lies’ of Hungary government campaign

George Soros spoke out Monday for the first time about Hungary’s “survey” on the US financier and philanthropist’s views and alleged intentions on immigration, accusing Budapest of “distortions and outright lies”. Hungarian-born Soros, 87, said Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government has sought to portray him as “an outside enemy to distract citizens” from “health care and… Please follow and like us:

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Clintons have long, dirty history with Russia

In 1993 Bill and Hillary Clinton selected Ron Brown to be their secretary of commerce not in spite of his history of corruption but because of it. Compromised as Brown was, especially after the president used his juice to clear him of a bribery charge involving Vietnam, Brown became the Clintons’ designated bagman for foreign cash.… Please follow and like us:

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Erdogan in the Balkans: A neo-Ottoman quest?

The return of historic empires has long been a favourite theme in Western pundits’ writings on the Balkans. The crisis-ridden EU is losing ground, we are told, and Russia and Turkey are filling in the gap. “Neo-Ottomanism” is on everyone’s lips while Strategic Depth, Ahmet Davutoglu’s treatise making a case for a proactive foreign policy that… Please follow and like us:

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