Locky


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Lock´y


a.1.Having locks or tufts.
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The 52-year-old, from Barton-le-Clay in Bedford, who was known as Locky to family and friends, had been in a bar at the holiday park and was involved in a conversation shortly before the assault.
Barry Locky, 60, of Blaydon, said: "I never thought in my lifetime that I would be out here marching to London basically to save my country from a European Union which is basically a dictatorship for me.
"It was his idea and connection to approach Tigers to get Locky [McCaffrey] involved and he also had the connection with Wasps to get the ball rolling there.
Such attacks spiked in 2016, with nearly 16 percent of tainted coins linked to outbreaks of malware like Locky. The trend continued in 2017 with WannaCry and NotPetya, which held hostage computer systems in hospitals and businesses across the world.
The Locky variant struck Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center.
LOCKY BOY Leinster star James Ryan gets nod in the second row
2017 was littered with cyberattacks, ransomware, and phishing scams--WannaCry, Petya, Locky, and more all took place causing devastating effects.
There has been a steady increase in ransomware use over the past few years, with several new variants on the scene or modified versions of older variants such as Locky being circulated.
The samples featured developments such as new fileless malware using malicious macros, a new version of Locky ransomware dubbed Lukitus, and new variations of the banking Trojans Trickbot and Emotet, the company said in its report titled "McAfee Labs Threat Report: December 2017".
Mirai in October 2016, as well as Petya, Eternal Blue, and Locky of 2017 have all highlighted how susceptible commerce is to cyber action.
Three sides were awarded a home walkover ensuring a berth in the next round - these were Linton (Locky United), FC Soho (The Grammer) and New Street (AFC Roby).