Media: A cyber attack on American airports has arrived from Russia

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ABC News reported that some of the largest in the world Airports Cyber ​​attacks by an internal party were carried out in the country on Monday Russia.

A source said the systems that targeted them at airports do not do surveillance traffic and internal coordination of airlines or transport safety.

but Attacks cybernetic Conducted to "Prohibition of public access" To public web domains that report waiting times and congestion at the airport.

The attacks were first reported at around 3am ET, when the Airport Authority informed the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency that the LaGuardia airport system had been infected.

Systems were restored at the airport, but other airports across the country were similarly attacked.

The websites of Des Moines International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport were affected on Monday morning.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport reported around 10:30 am ET that its site had been restored and that "Airport Operations Operations were not affected at any time."

Airport saidLos Angeles In a statement to ABC News: "Early this morning, the FlyLAX.com website was partially down".

And"The outage was limited to a segment of the public that deals exclusively with the website, while the airport’s internal systems were not exposed to danger and no operational disturbances occurred."

Engineers and programmers are actively working to address the technical vulnerabilities that allowed the attacks and to support the most critical IT infrastructure.

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ABC News reported that some of the largest in the world Airports Cyber ​​attacks by an internal party were carried out in the country on Monday Russia.

A source said the systems that targeted them at airports do not do surveillance traffic and internal coordination of airlines or transport safety.

but Attacks cybernetic It has “blocked public access” to public web domains that report waiting times and congestion at the airport.

The attacks were first reported at around 3am ET, when the Airport Authority informed the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency that the LaGuardia airport system had been infected.

Systems were restored at the airport, but other airports across the country were similarly attacked.

The websites of Des Moines International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport were affected on Monday morning.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport reported around 10:30 am ET that its site was operating in reserve and that “operations at the airport were not affected by operations at any time.”

Airport saidLos Angeles In a statement to ABC News: “Earlier this morning, the FlyLAX.com website was partially down.”

And “the interruption of the service was limited to a segment of the public that deals only with the website, while the internal airport systems were not exposed to danger and there were no operational disturbances”.

Engineers and programmers are actively working to address the technical vulnerabilities that allowed the attacks and to support the most critical IT infrastructure.

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