Honda probes suspected cyberattack after factories hit by network glitch

Kyodo News reports:

Honda Motor Co. on Tuesday continued to restrict its employees from using work computers following an internal network glitch that could be due to a cyberattack, a company official said.

While the network glitch will not affect domestic output and sales, Honda is confirming whether the problem has impacted operations at its overseas factories, the officials said.

Read more on The Japan Times. Early reports indicated that it might be EKANS malware.

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