After Meck County refuses to pay, what we know & don’t know about the ransomware attack | WFAE

 

Meckelnburg County manager Dena Diorio talks to reporters Wednesday about this week's ransomware attack, which has shut down county servers. (David Boraks/WFAE)
Mecklenburg County manager Dena Diorio talks to reporters Wednesday about this week’s ransomware attack, which has shut down county servers. (David Boraks/WFAE)

Mecklenburg County said Thursday hackers have tried again to attack its computer systems, after the county rejected a ransom demand Wednesday. I talked with WFAE host Mark Rumsey during “All Things Considered” Thursday about why the county refused to pay, the sequence of events, and more. Listen here –

Dec. 7, 2017, WFAE.org, “What We Know & Don’t Know About County Ransomware Attack”

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