"While the spread of the Ransomware appears to have temporarily slowed, it is still critical that businesses and individuals patch the operating systems on their computers", a statement from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) said.
Meanwhile, Irish hospitals suspected of being hit by the worldwide cyber attack had been targeted by a different, older virus, health chiefs have revealed.
Europol executive director Rob Wainwright had warned on Sunday the situation could worsen when workers return to their offices on Monday after the weekend and logged on.
The Scottish Government confirmed there have been no further reported problems following the debilitating cyber attack which hit the NHS on Friday afternoon.
At least one Australian business has fallen victim to the ransomware attack and there are investigations into two other reports, the federal government says.
The NHS was among hundreds of organisations affected around the world, with 47 trusts hit.
In its latest update on the incident, Europol said it was the "largest ransomware attack observed in history".
"At the moment we are in the face of an escalating threat, the numbers are going up".
An NHS IT worker told the Guardian that users experienced a "bitcoin virus pop-up", demanding payment before they could access their PCs.
The news came after staff at Europe's biggest hospital were warned on Monday not to switch on their computers as the NHS battled to recover from the crisis.
"IT departments across Government and the private sector have been working over the weekend to upgrade IT equipment and to apply patches to deal with the vulnerability that this malware exploits", said a Government spokesman.
Britain's National Health Service (NHS) had been particularly affected by the attack, which froze thousands of computer systems and demanded owners pay a "fine" to continue using their machines.
"We would like to extend our thanks to our staff for the hard work they have done to ensure patient care has been prioritised during this difficult time, and to our patients for their understanding".
They were walking with their heads low, so finally they sing, the scarves, it's nice for them, honestly. Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick is "desperate" to end the season with Europa League glory.
Less than a month ago Capriles was barred by the Maduro administration from running for elected office for the next 15 years. Among those hit with sanctions was Maikel Moreno, a Maduro ally who became president of the 32-judge court in February .
The report said the Americans rebuffed the request, with one official telling the Israelis the site is "not your territory". It was the latest sign of the Israeli right's growing disenchantment with Trump after having rejoiced in his election.
The leaks were also criticised by some who said that exposing the country's most sensitive secrets endangered information sources. Under this status, she is eligible for care at military medical facilities and other benefits, but will not receive pay.
Her transition from a man to a woman soldier kept her in the news and she was granted clemency by Barack Obama as he left office. She provided the information to WikiLeaks, an worldwide organisation that publishes such information from anonymous sources.
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Herbert, whose chief of staff was at one time Chaffetz' chief of staff, said he hadn't talked directly with the congressman. At first, the leading theory was that Chaffetz wanted to run for the Utah governor's seat in 2020.
Royals RHP Ian Kennedy in all likelihood will come off the disabled list Saturday and start at Minnesota. He's going to go through some growing pains, and we're going to have to go through them with him.
From them, workers have sifted through to find 1,585 personal belongings, including school bags, pens, wallets and cellphones. By comparing the teeth and Cho's past dental records, her family members have confirmed that the remains are indeed from Cho.
One year ago today, Rangers 2B Rougned Odor became public enemy No. 1 in Toronto after punching Jose Bautista in the mouth. Jace Peterson said something to Bautista as he rounded first, and Suzuki was waiting for Bautista when he touched home.
5 good things Alien: Covenant should keep from Prometheus
Do xenomorphs enjoy gestating in unassuming dudes' stomachs? Thankfully, Alien: Covenant more than makes up for that omission. In that film, septuagenarian director Ridley Scott returned to the Alien-iverse he created and then left to others.
Macron says European Union needs deep reforms
Macron, a centrist, has promised to include faces from the left and right as well as political newcomers. May insists that Britain must leave the bloc's single market in order to control immigration.
No substantial impact of WannaCry on India
The biggest impact so far has been on computers used by AP Police where 18 units across five districts have been under attack. The reason appears to be related to the fact that the original exploit was based on machines that came out before Windows 10.
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Grassley also said, if there was interference, "then it seems to me Comey should have taken action on that interference". Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied any contacts in testimony under oath during his confirmation hearing.
Conte 'only just started' at Chelsea
The beauty of football: "a player who didn't play a lot scores the winning goal for the championship". Chelsea now prepare for their FA Cup final against Arsenal in a bid to complete the double.
UK inflation climbs to higher than expected 2.7%
However wage growth has been weak, dampening expectations for a rise in the Bank of England's main interest rate any time soon. Consumer price inflation (CPI) saw an overall slip of 2.99 per cent in April this year compared to 3.89 per cent in March.
2 missing after vehicle drifts into river in Quebec floods
The advisory applies to workers who normally travel to work via interprovincial bridges or work in federal buildings in Gatineau. Coiteux told a news conference this morning that Quebecers must be realistic and realize things will not improve overnight.