PA: City of Allentown computer systems hit by virus that may require an expensive fix

Daniel Patrick Sheehan and Emily Opilo report:

The City of Allentown has been hit by a serious computer virus that is affecting an array of systems, with some shut down as a precaution while a team of outside experts tries to fix the problem.

City spokesman Mike Moore said the malware, which has the potential to affect all city systems, was discovered last Tuesday.


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