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The overall price index on the Fonterra-run fortnightly auction fell 2.8 percent to 1,890 U.S. dollars per tonne over Tuesday night, and followed a 7.4 percent drop in the previous auction.
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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- Marcus Hutchins, a young British computer researcher who helped shut down the WannaCry ransomware attack in May, still remained in custody in Nevada, as his supporters try to raise funds to bail him out.
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The judge at Las Vegas court ruled on Friday that Hutchins could be released on a 30,000 U.S. dollar bail, saying the defendant wasn't a danger to the community nor a flight risk, though the judge ordered him to remain in the United States with GPS monitoring.
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"Unfortunately their desk closed at 4 p.m. on Friday so it wasn't possible in the short 30 minute window," Andrew Mabbitt, Hutchins' friend and founder of a cyber security company Fidus Security, tweeted on Monday.
Mabbitt and security researcher and hacker Tarah Wheeler have set up a funding page to pay for his defence, and Wheeler tweeted that donors had contributed more than 12,000 U.S. dollars.
The computer expert is scheduled to appear Tuesday morning in federal court in Milwaukee on six counts of hacking-related charges from the U.S.Department of Justice, including conspiracy to commit computer fraud in 2014 and 2015.
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Since the clerk's office closed at 4:00 p.m. local time (1100 GMT), Hutchins could not get bail in time on Friday, Lobo said.
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The Kronos malware, which is spread through malicious email attachments, can be used to steal banking passwords and other credentials from infected computers.
Hutchins, known as MalwareTech on Twitter, is quite active online, but since Aug. 2, no tweet has been posted on his account.
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"He spent his career stopping malware, not writing it," tweeted Mabbitt.
The WannaCry ransomware encrypted files of hundreds of thousands of computers and then charged victims Bitcoins worth 300 to 600 dollars as ransom.
On the night of Aug. 2, right after Hutchins' detention, the hackers behind the global WannaCry ransomware attack abruptly cashed out all their ransom payments within 15 minutes, though there was no indication that the two events were connected.
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