A malicious code released last Friday has spread around the world at an incredibly fast rate, even for an internet virus. The code underscores the vulnerability as commonly used devices such as closed circuit TV cameras go online.
A malicious code released last Friday has spread around the world at an incredibly fast rate, even for an internet virus. The code underscores the vulnerability as commonly used devices such as closed circuit TV cameras go online. Carolyn Kaster AP
A malicious code released last Friday has spread around the world at an incredibly fast rate, even for an internet virus. The code underscores the vulnerability as commonly used devices such as closed circuit TV cameras go online. Carolyn Kaster AP

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