Posted on 18 July 2019
The Louisville Regional Airport Service (LRAA) announced on Monday that its system was attacked and its wings were cut off.
Said. Louisville airport officials said they were victims of the ransom Monday morning.
Rhlengware is malware that restricts access to a file or data until it is paid for. According to the locals
An LRA spokesperson said the incident hit the local business manager and did not affect the business.
Security systems at two airports at Louisville International Airport: Muhammad Ali and Bowman Field.
Sarah Brown, director of public relations for the Lord Resistance Army, said the attack was limited to the Palestinian Authority’s
files at the airport. Brown said
The victim’s attack had nothing to do with security operations and procedures at Louis Ali International Airport in Louisville.
Or as a provincial artist. This issue affects files related to airport management but has no operational or security impact
Mohammed Ali or Bauman International Airport System in Louisville.
Brown said the files would be returned and not paid.
The speaker said that the malware was removed and it was infected
Restore files with backup.