Janet Hutchins had the day off from her job as a nurse at a local hospital. She had been in town catching up with friends and had just gotten home and started making dinner. So she had only the slightest sense of the crisis that her colleagues had been dealing with across the NHS. That's when her son came upstairs and told her, a little uncertainly, that he seemed to have stopped the worst malware attack the world had ever seen.
“Well done, sweetheart,” Janet Hutchins said. Then she went back to chopping onions.
It's hard to pick my favorite section from this article about Marcus Hutchins — the hacker who stopped the WannaCry malware attack.