Petya.A ransomware map: Ukraine falls under most massive attack
Most cases of infection of computers with Petya.A virus were recorded in Ukraine, according to the data of ESET, the developer of anti-virus software.
According to the company's infographics, Ukraine accounts for 75.24% of the total number of the world virus infections, followed by Germany (9.06%), Poland (5.81%), Serbia (2.87%), Greece (1.39%), Romania (1.02%), and Russia (0.8%).
Read alsoNBU to tighten requirements for banks' information security after cyber attack As UNIAN reported earlier, on June 27, Ukrainian banks, energy companies, state-owned Internet resources and local networks, as well as Ukrainian media and other large enterprises underwent a mass hacker attack spreading the Petya.A ransomware, which blocked the operation of computer systems.
The virus was also spreading in Russia, England, India and other countries of Europe and Asia.