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Articles of interest from the week of September 17, 2018

Ransomware Attack Takes Down Bristol Airport's Flight Display Screens
Bristol Airport has blamed a ransomware attack for causing a blackout of flight information screens for two days over the weekend. (By: Wang. Wei, The Hacker News)

How To Check If Your Twitter Account Has Been Hacked
Did you ever wonder if your Twitter account has been hacked and who had managed to gain access and when it happened? (By: Swati Khandelwal, The Hacker News)

Facebook launches new cybersecurity tools for U.S. political campaigns
With less than 50 days to the 2018 U.S. midterms, Facebook is launching a new program that would give U.S. political campaigns an extra layer of protection against potential cyber threats. (By: Mike Memoli, NBC News)

EternalBlue-Vulnerable Systems Serially Infected
Windows machines that haven't been patched against the National Security Agency-linked EternalBlue exploit are stuck in an endless loop of infection, Avira warns. (By: Ionut Arghire, Security Week)

Cyber-attacks on Northern Ireland universities on the rise
Universities and further education colleges in Northern Ireland suffered 16 serious cyber-attacks in 2017/18. (By: Robbie Meredith, BBC News)

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