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Check out what's clicking on Biden told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday to "disrupt" ransomware groups operating out of Russia amid another series of attacks this week."I made it very clear to him that the United States expects when a ransomware operation is coming from his soil, even though it’s not sponsored by the state, we expect them to act if we give them enough information to act on who that is," Biden said.The White House has faced mounting pressure to counter the spike in ransomware attacks following the summit with Putin last month.WHITE HOUSE SAYS NEW RANSOMWARE ATTACK NOT YET ATTRIBUTED, VOWS TO 'TAKE ACTION' IF RUSSIA DOESN'TDespite Biden and Putin’s agreement to work together in stopping the costly attacks, the Russia-based cybercriminal group REvil claimed responsibility for the largest attack to date, impacting as many as 1,500 companies, schools, and hospitals globally. But following their conversation Friday afternoon, the Kremlin released a readout of the meeting and claimed that "no requests have been received" from the U.S. regarding cybersecurity.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPA senior administration official countered these claims and explained multiple actions had been relayed through Russian channels.The White House said only time will tell how Russia will respond to U.S. calls for action.

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