Last Updated: July 1, 2019
The vacant Los Angeles Regional Airport (LRA) project was attacked on Monday.
The Louisville Regional Airport Authority is implementing a relief plan announced Monday.
Rebolo malware is designed to block access to files and data before paying local fees.
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An LRAA spokesman said the incident closed the company’s business and had no effect on its operations.
Security at two airports, Louisville Muhammad Ali and Bowman Valley International Airport.
LRAA Director General Sarah Brown said the attack was caused by the airport. Brown said
There are no reviews for Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport works or services.
Or wash the bow. This issue affects local government files, but not performance and safety.
Systems at Muhammad Ali International Airport in Louisville or Bowman Field.
Documents have been obtained and no complaints have been made, Brown said.
The spokesman said the virus had been eradicated and infected
The file is currently restored with a backup.