It is essentially the titles belonging to newspaper publisher Tribune publishing have been affected. The attack has delayed the distribution of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union Tribune, and hampered the delivery of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times västkusteditioner.
probably from another country, writes the Los Angeles Times. The virus was detected last Thursday, and it staff have since worked with to try to prevent its spread, but without success. Instead, the virus has spread to the networks that are important for tidningsdistributionen. According to a source, the Los Angeles Times, the aim is likely to destabilise the company's network infrastructure, rather than to access the information.
the San Diego Union Tribune suffered the worst of the attack. About 90 percent of the magazine's subscribers did not receive a newspaper on Saturday morning. In a statement, writes bell media that they regret the incident and that no information about their customers has been leaked.
have suffered, " says the Tribune Publishings spokesperson Maria Kollias to the Los Angeles Times.
the Sources to the newspaper say that it probably is about a ”ryuk”-virus. The case will now be investigated by the u.s. department of the interior.