INCIDENT: Kansas City MSP NetStandard Forced to Disable MyAppsAnywhere Cloud Service.

NetStandard, a managed IT services company in Kansas City, suffered a cyberattack causing the company to shut down its MyAppsAnywhere cloud services.
According to an email sent to MyAppsAnywhere customers shared on Reddit, the company detected signs of a cyberattack on Tuesday morning and quickly shut down cloud services to prevent the attack's spread. While the company says that only the MyAppsAnywhere services are affected, the attack appears to have had a broader impact, with the company's main site shut down as well. BleepingComputer has reached out to NetStandard with questions about the attack but has not received a reply at this time.

MyAppsAnywhere cloud services consist of hosted Dynamics GP, Exchange, Sharepoint, and CRM services.

Incident Date

July 26, 2022

Location

United States

Estimated Cost

unknown

Victims

Type of Malware:

No Malware identified

Threat Source:

No threat source identified

References:

  • Kansas MSP shuts down cloud services to fend off cyberattack

Industries:

Impacts

IT

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