Victim: Limestone Water and Sewer District

The facility was using a Windows 7 computer which was well past its end of life date and was due to be replaced anyway, said Limestone Water and Sewer District Superintendent Jim Leighton. In the end, it may have been a good thing because it caught the attention of water and sewage district operators in Aroostook County, he said.
“We said enough of that, it’s not worth paying a ransom for,” Leighton said. “We had to update it anyway.”




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