A computer programmer has been charged in the US for working for the North Korean state in a series of cyber attacks, including the WannaCry ransomware that crippled the NHS.
Marcus Hutchins, known for stopping the ransomware attack which hit the NHS earlier this year, has appeared in a federal court in Milwaukee
The Washington Post is reporting there is 'moderate confidence' in the report's findings, though it remains disputed by several security firms
Kaspersky and Symantec pointed out similarities in code to the North Korea hack of 2014
Everyone talks about the NHS, but last week's attack claimed over 200,000 victims across 150 countries