The lawyer for Marcus Hutchins, the cyber-expert who thwarted a global ransomware attack, says he denies charges brought against him in the US. Speaking on Saturday, Adrian Lobo says the 23-year-old will plead not guilty to six counts of creating and sharing the malware known as Kronos. Hutchins, who found a ‘kill-switch’ that derailed the attack that crippled the NHS in May, was granted bail under strict conditions that he pay $30,000 (£23,000) and remain in the US

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