WannaCry savior pleads not guilty to creating banking malware

Get the Full StoryMalwareTech, the security researcher catapulted to global fame after stopping the WannaCry ransomware, has plead not guilty to creating software used to harvest banking credentials. The UK-based malware expert, whose real name is Marcus Hutchins, was arrested at the Virgin Atlantic business class lounge at Las Vegas McCarran Airport on August 3 as he waited for his flight home, after attending the DEF CON hacking conference. Here's a picture of MalwareTechBlog and marciahofmann before the hearing. pic.twitter.com cgOWHGQnH7 Lorenzo Franceschi-B lorenzoFB August 14, 2017 Prosecutors have slapped Hutchins with six hacking and wiretapping charges, which he denies. These largely pertain This story continues at The Next Web