For Second Time in a Year, Baltimore Hit With Ransomware
Lucas Ropek reports:
For the second time in a little over a year, a ransomware attack has struck the city of Baltimore, affecting its computer network and leading officials to shut down a majority of its servers, according to the mayor’s office.
The attack, which occurred sometime Tuesday morning, left unaffected most critical systems such as its 911, 311, emergency medical services and the fire department, though the city has shut down a majority of its servers as a precaution, according to the mayor’s office.
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