Cyber attack could keep county servers down for days

Luzerne County’s administration has shut down some computer servers and work stations to address a cyber attack discovered last weekend, officials said.

On Wednesday morning, county Administrative Services Division Head David Parsnik said the clean-up process may take several days to complete.

By the afternoon, the administration sent workers an email indicating the servers may be shut down until Monday to “properly remediate any damage caused by the recent virus introduced into our system.”

Read more on Times Leader.    The county has hired Sylint to help them.

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