Italian rail operator stops ticket sales after suspected cyberattack

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Sources have pointed to the HIVE group as the originator of the attack
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Sources have pointed to the HIVE group as the originator of the attack

Italy's state railway operator Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (FS) temporarily stopped the sale of in-station tickets this week, after finding evidence of a cyberattack on its systems.

Suspicious activity on the company's network indicated an assault similar to those using the CryptoLocker malware. 'Since this morning, elements that could be linked to a Cryptolocker infection ...

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