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Vanuatu ransomware attack

Updated on 2022-11-29

Almost a month after a ransomware attack that crippled its IT network, the government of the small Pacific island of Vanuatu has yet to recover from the incident. ABC News reports that government workers are using their personal email services and hotspots to conduct government business and that local hospitals are still limited to using pen and paper. The Australian government is currently helping Vanuatu rebuild its IT network following the attack. Read more:

Updated on 2022-11-20

The government of the small island nation of Vanuatu was hit by a ransomware attack that crippled most of the government’s IT networks and forced staff back to pen and paper. According to a report from the Sydney Morning Herald, a team from the Australian Cyber Security Centre is currently helping Vanuatu officials recover their network from the attack. Read more:

Overview

Vanuatu, a South Pacific ocean archipelago, suffered a ransomware attack that stranded the nation for 11 days. The attack took down the intranet and online databases of schools and hospitals. Read more: Vanuatu island hit by ransom attack, cripples government

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