Guadeloupe’s government is fighting “large-scale” cyberattacks on its networks
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The French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe is battling what it calls a “large-scale” cyber attack on its computer networks.
The government is working with an unidentified specialist company to limit the fallout from the attack as it tries to restore its systems as quickly as possible, officials said Monday.
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An announcement warning of the attack remained posted on the government’s main website on Tuesday.
It was not immediately clear whether the hackers were demanding a ransom and what government services may have been affected.
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A government spokeswoman did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.