Eric Wilson reports that the municipality was hit with a ransomware attack:
The announcement was published on the office’s website and in social media.
According to the information published by the office, one of the employees was accidental opened an infected link that launched the malware and encrypted the server. The administrator found out about the data leak from four databases on December 9.
Data seized by unknown perpetrators includes: name and surname, mother’s maiden name, place of residence, date and place of birth, PESEL number, ID number, bank account number and contact telephone number.