Iran-linked hackers launch cyberattack during US shutdown
As the US government’s shutdown extends into its 34th day, hackers linked to Iran have taken advantage by launching a cyberattack.
The shutdown over President Donald Trump's $5.6bn (£4bn) budget request for a border wall with Mexico is the longest in US history.
Without a budget passing, many government employees have been left unpaid and told not to come into work. That means critical IT systems are being left vulnerable.
A DNS-hijacking cyberattack has been launched on the US which experts...