Consequences Of Kansas City, Kansas Cyber-Attack Exposed

It's not in the news very often but locals might do well to understand that we're in an economic war with a nuke super power AND tech threats to local government persist from a variety of sources.

Accordingly, here's the word from a KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTER on the impact of a recent attack across the state line . . .

"Few are talking about it, but the Unified Gummint has suffered a Ransomware attack! Court employees had to be trained how to file pleadings manually, with paper and ink. Judges working remotely with Zoom have to come into the court house since the encoding of ALL their data by Russian players. No more Zoom court for Wyandotte County!  

"This is the only mention I have seen of it . . ."

Wyandotte County working to restore services after cybersecurity attack

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas is working through a full review on the impact of services from a recent cybersecurity attack on its systems over the weekend.

"As a matter of policy, the UG refuses to pay the ransom that might restore their data. It is estimated that the court will remain in the 20th century, pre-1990 era, until at least December . . . "

Developing . . .