Costa Rica ‘at war’ with Conti ransomware gang
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The new president of Costa Rica has declared that his country is at war with a ransomware group. The cybercriminal gang known as ‘Conti’ has disabled agencies across the government since April using ransomware attacks. Plus, the CEO of a disability rights group has praised Apple for its new accessibility tools. We speak with Kamran Mallick from Disability Rights UK about the new tech, including voice controls, eye tracking and door detection for the blind. Plus: ‘Closest probe to the sun’ captures ‘breathtaking’ imagesBoeing's Starliner to launch uncrewed test flight to International Space StationEU reveals plans to stop using Russian gasTesla opens up its superchargers to all EV drivers in the UKWhatsApp reportedly testing a new feature that lets you quietly leave group chats  Follow us on Twitter for more news @EveningStandard  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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