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An engineer from Newaygo County who helped stop a worldwide cyber attack over the weekend is urging businesses and organizations to keep their security software up to date.


Darien Huss lives in Fremont and works for Proofpoint Inc, a cyber security company. He found the "kill switch" in the malware used to carry out the global cyber attack that has affected 200-thousand organizations.


Despite the work, experts say the problem may become bigger today when people switch on their computers. 

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