Osaka teen first alleged ransomware maker arrested in Japan

YOKOHAMA – A 14-year-old in Osaka Prefecture has become the first person in Japan arrested for allegedly creating ransomware, police said. The third-year junior high school student is suspected of combining free encryption programs to create the malware …
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