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She told BBC Radio 4's Today programme the virus had not been targeted at the NHS, saying the attack 'feels random in terms of where it's gone to and where it's been opened'.She added: 'Windows XP is not a good platform for keeping your data as secure as the modern ones, because you can't download the effective patches and anti-virus software for defending against viruses.'CQC (Care Quality Commission) does do cyber checks on the NHS trusts, on hospitals when they do their visits, and they will be advising NHS trusts to move to modernise their platforms and I think that after this experience, I would expect them all to move forward with modernising.'Ms Rudd said the UK was a world leader in cyber security, adding: 'So far, all we have seen is patients inconvenienced, some hospitals, some doctors making changes to their daily life.'But the fact is no data has yet been accessed and the NHS are brilliantly managing to weave through this disruption.'Computer expert Lauri Love, who is facing extradition to the US over the alleged theft of data from government computers, said the attack is being powered by a 'top of the range cyber weapon' used by spies in the US.'It appears the cyber attack affected so many computers in the UK in the NHS and in Spain by taking advantage of a very nasty vulnerability in Microsoft Windows, which was dumped by hacking group Shadow Brokers who obtained it from the NSA in America.' Amid a huge row over cyber security flaws in the NHS, Theresa May was forced to reassure the public that their patient records had not been compromised.But it is understood the hack has now been stopped thanks to a 'kill switch' that was built into the malware code.The hackers made the attack able to spread itself by using the NSA code, which is known as Eternal Blue.NHS staff pleaded with patients to stay away from A&E except in an emergency, and ambulances were diverted away from hospitals struggling to cope, with medics facing a weekend of chaos.Meanwhile Russia is believed to be the worst affected country with computers in its interior ministry hit and its second largest phone network - Megafon - also targeted.
China's official Xinhua news agency said some secondary schools and universities had been affected, without specifying how many or identifying them.The Shadow Brokers released Eternal Blue last month as part of a trove of hacking tools that they said belonged to the US spy agency.Cambridge University professor Ross Anderson said the attack looked to have exploited a weakness in Microsoft software that was previously fixed by a patch released earlier this year.Ticketing machines and computers at German railway stations have also been affected alongside Spanish companies including telecoms giant Telefonica, power firm Iberdrola and utility provider Gas Natural.Shipping company Fed Ex also confirmed it was hit by the attack.