Updated on July 18, 2019
Louisville Regional Airport (LRAA) officials fled Monday and paid their ransom.
Prater. According to the local airport in Louisville, the victim was released on bail on Monday.
A ransomware is malicious software designed to block access to documents or information if no ransom is paid. Local storytellers
An LRA spokesman said the incident encrypted the local business records and took nothing.
It oversees the security of two airports, the trusted Louisville International Airport, Muhammad Ali and Bowman Field.
Sarah Branbroven, PR manager of the LRA, said the attack was limited to documents from airport officials. In Brown
The attack on the ransom program did not affect the operations and security of the Muhammad Ali International Airport in
From Bowman Field. Documentation problems regarding local airports do not affect operation and safety
Louisville International Airport systems such as Bowman Field.
Brown said the files are being downloaded and there is no charge.
The robbers said they would remove him and infect him
Restore storage files