Posted on 18 July 2019
The director of Louisville Regional Airport (LRAA) resigned after a shocking attack on his computer.
A Louisville area airport manager said he attended the funeral Monday morning.
Rompolover is malware that restricts access to files or data until an attack occurs. According to the locals
An LRAA spokesperson said the incident intercepted company records and that it did not affect operations.
The two airport security systems under its control are Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport and Bowman Airport.
Sarah Brown, the LRA’s public relations manager, said that there were only airport management records in the attack. Brown
The lost attack did not affect security operations or systems at Mohammed Ali International Airport in Louisville.
Bowman Stadium. This issue affects files sent by airport officials but does not affect performance or security.
Systems at Louisville Muhammad Ali or Bowman Fields International Airport.
The files were returned and no fee was charged, Brown said.
A spokesman said the malware had been removed and infected.
Files are restored using backup.