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Britain's FBI - the National Crime Agency (NCA) - said people must be prepared for a 'second surge' of malware - but it is yet to happen on the scale seen on Friday.
quite likely on Monday' as he helps battle to stop it The NHS' IT arm NHS Digital was sent a 'patch' which could have protected them from the hack two weeks ago – but many hospitals and GP surgeries failed to download it, it has emerged.
Police say that fears that there would be more carnage as people returned to work today have not materialised, so far.
Hackers are already pumping out new ransomware designed to bring fresh chaos and extort more cash after the NHS and other victims fought them off today.
British computer security expert Marcus Hutchins, 22, became a hero when he discovered the Wanna Cry super-virus had a 'kill switch' and stopped it infecting 100,000 more PCs worldwide over the weekend.