Hackers attack Pa. Senate Democrats’ computer system with Ransomware

Jan Murphy reports:

A cyberattack forced the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus to shutdown its computer system on Friday, according to a statement from the caucus’ leader Sen. Jay Costa.

The Ransomware attack, discovered early Friday morning, delivered malware to computers throughout the network, making its systems and data inaccessible to caucus members and employees throughout the day, it indicated.

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