The Kansas judicial branch is anticipating it will restore most of its information systems to district courts in more than 100 counties by the end of the year after confirming that it was the victim of a “sophisticated foreign cyberattack” that left its e-filing system offline since mid-October, the judicial branch recently announced.

Last week, the Kansas court system announced that the October ”security incident that disrupted access to court systems” was indeed a cyberattack that “temporarily incapacitated” the information systems for the state appellate courts and district courts in 104 counties, according to a press release on the judicial branch’s website.