WASHINGTON — When unauthorized software found its way onto the network of a small Tennessee hospital, the culprits didn’t ask for ransom. They didn’t steal records. What they did was silently harness computing power for a money-making task. The task was to “mine” digital currency, and the culprits did it by yoking together a quiet [...] read whole article

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