Updated July 18, 2019
Philly authorities fight possible cyber attack
Create a puzzle for judges and staff
Delays and confusion in people’s access to the courts.
Lawyer Brian Fishman told us that he had no commitments.
Anxiety and anxiety when the Internet stops accessing someone else
Saturday for the Philadelphia courts. The governor said last Thursday
The judiciary announced that they were expelled by computer viruses
Court website and employee electronic mail and file system
Many office suites, desks and telephone lines continue to operate, but digital errors have reduced the wheels.
I have a house on my table and I can avoid them. If not
I can’t write, I don’t feel the day I don’t listen
I can’t include things in people’s files
Then it will take a long time to apply for the job and then find a home
Things, Fishman said.
Court officials said little about the act
This is an unhealthy computer system that deals with fraud
or mobile phone spiders. Of course, pirates need money
In the second week in Baltimore
Authorities estimate the attack will cost $ 18 million
rudi Atlanta is similar to what happened last year.
Isolated sites say modern viruses are effective in the darkness of local government information systems.
They mostly use old technology. The Philadelphia Court denied this. But something happened
From lawyers to courts
The more this system is restored, the more people there will be.
It all made our job difficult, I felt good in court.
I think the city needs to address the people.
One-sided resources are provided to address this issue.
Noel Hera, researcher.
Judicial officers continue to use computer systems.
The virus attack was stopped. But there was no ransom attack
The report is pending