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Colonial Pipeline says operations back to normal, as US blames Darkside for ransomware attack – ABC News

Washington believes a Russia-based criminal group known as Darkside had targeted the company in a so-called ransomware attack.

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The operator of the United States’ largest fuel pipeline, which was shut down by a cyber attack, says it has returned to “normal operations”, easing concerns but not immediately ending gas shortages affecting many eastern US states.

  • Washington believes a Russia-based criminal group known as Darkside had targeted the company in a so-called ransomware attack
  • On Friday, computer servers for Darkside were taken down by unknown actors
  • Colonial’s temporary shutdown led to panic buying, with frantic motorists…

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