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WannaCry virus hits Honda s computer network

WannaCry virus hits Honda   s computer network
Pratheek Kunder Pratheek Kunder Friday 23 June 2017, 17:13 PM

The infamous WannaCry virus has affected Honda’s worldwide computer network. In fact, the company had to shut down its Sayama plant in Japan for a day.

The Sayama plan rolls out the Accord sedan, Odyssey Minivan and Step Wagon compact multipurpose vehicle. The current production rollout is 1000 vehicles in a day. Now due to the shutdown, the Japanese manufacturer will see 1000 vehicles less in its production output. This virus had affected Honda’s global computer networks, but luckily, no other manufacturing facilities were affected.

Last month, Renault and Nissan were victims of WannaCry. In fact, the companies had to shut down their production in Japan, France, India, Romania and Britain for a few days. WannaCry targets specific computers, encrypts its data and then demands ransom payments in Bitcoins to decrypt the data.

 

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