A ransomware attack on the City of Atlanta has hamstrung a number of city services for almost a week.

The ransomware breach is thought to be the most extensive on a local government to date. Nearly a week after the attack was first discovered, some city systems remain offline, including city payment and court information portals. Some government employees were able to turn on their computers for the first time Wednesday.

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