Mar 272019
 

Colin Wood reports:

Oregon state government employees on Tuesday regained the ability to email people with certain email suffixes after a state employee fell victim to a phishing attack that briefly resulted in the state being blacklisted by email services offered by Microsoft.

According to an internal memo sent to agency directors by state Chief Information Officer Terrence Woods last week, state employees had lost the ability to send emails to Microsoft-operated email addresses, including those ending in outlook.com, msn.com, hotmail.com and live.com.

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