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  •   Home > News > International

    The operator of largest petrol pipeline in the US has resumed normal operations after being hit by a ransomware attack

    The operator of largest petrol pipeline in the US has resumed normal operations after being hit by a ransomware attack


    Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline had begun the process of restarting operations on Wednesday, warning it could take several days for the supply chain to return to normal.

    It tweeted saying they've returned the system to normal operations, delivering millions of gallons per hour.

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