Louisville officials rely on repayment
Updated July 1, 2019
The Lewisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) said Monday the attack was a result of attacks on the launch and missile
In this way, the Louisville Regional Airport Authority said they were impressed with the software solution.
Ransomware is a malicious program that pays to prevent access to files and data before paying a price. According to local reports
An LRA spokeswoman said the official patch file accident did not hurt the business
The following secure the two airports at Louisville International Airport and Valley Muhammad Ali Bowman.
Sarah Brown, public relations officer, said the attack was limited to field permits. Half chocolate
Rescue did not allow any security damage to the office or event at Muhammad Ali Airport in Louisville.
Or the Boman area. These issues affect files at local airports, but they do not affect operations and security.
Offices at Louisville Ali International Airport or Bowman Field.
Brown said the files were recovered and there were no casualties.
The spokesman said the malware was confiscated and attacked
The file will be restored using the backup.