Petya attacks now appear to be causing permanent damage

After a hospital had to replace infected IT systems, now FedEx is the second organization to admit the drastic impact of the wiper malware. When the Petya attack struck Princeton Community Medical Hospital in West Virginia, the system had to replace infected computers. A community hospital is one thing, but then FedEx on Monday admitted that some of the damage Petya wreaked on its networks may be permanent. FedEx’s Ukrainian division was hit by the initial attack on June 28,...