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‘More than 100 Royal Mail engineers are still trying to find a work around’ after cyber attack


‘More than 100 Royal Mail engineers are still trying to find a work around’ after cyber attack disabled software for outbound parcels wreaking havoc on post destined for overseas

  • The cyber attack has caused havoc at the Worldwide Distribution Centre
  • It is understood that the postal service is unable to export any international post
  • A ransomware gang close to Russia is thought to be behind the cyber attack

More than 100 Royal Mail workers are still scrambling to find a solution to the cyber attack that has wreaked havoc on the Worldwide Distribution Centre since Wednesday.

A team of engineers were trying to find a ‘work around’ after two days of chaos, The Times quoted a Royal Mail source as saying.

The hacking incident has effectively paralysed Royal…



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