STC refutes any impact of Wanna Cry ransomware on its systems

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STC has refuted any effect of its systems by the Wanna Cry ransomware virus, according to a Reuters report. This came as a response to photos circulated on social media claiming to show infected STC computers.

"The company clarifies that its networks and systems were not affected, thank God, and further that what was shown in the media relates to some personal devices which specialised technical teams will address," the operator said in a statement. 

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