Israeli researchers discover global cyberattack in over 1,300 locations

The Jerusalem Post reports:

A global cyberattack that struck more than 1,300 locations was discovered by a team of Israeli researchers on Thursday, the parent company, Guardicore, announced. The two researchers are Liad Mordekovitz and Ofir Harpaz.
The cyberattack, which targeted over 2,000 companies and organizations, attacked the servers of companies and organizations specializing in the fields of health, tourism, communications and education.

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