Keizer city computers hacked

The city of Keizer’s computer system was hacked on Wednesday, June 10, and officials were only able to regain access to the data by paying the perpetrators a $48,000 ransom.

At this point, no sensitive data appears to have been accessed or misused.

About 11:45 a.m., Wednesday, June 17, city employees finally regained access to all emails and files. Those concerned that previous attempts to contact city employees did . . .

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