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Companies and individuals in Japan are finding their computers are increasingly targeted by ransomware — programs that bar victims from accessing important files unless they pay money.

“Attacks on Japanese businesses have been particularly large in number,” said Masakatsu Morii, a professor of information and telecommunications engineering at Kobe University’s Graduate School of Engineering.

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