Fujifilm shuts down systems and servers after possible ransomware attack

Fujifilm, the Japanese manufacturer of film material, cameras and data carriers, has disabled systems and servers after a "possible" ransomware attack. In a statement , the company that conducted the investigation said it was after a possible intrusion on the servers. Then part of the network was shut down.

Yesterday, the company discovered that it may be a ransomware attack, but technical details or further information has not been released. In consultation with various parties, it was then decided to switch off all affected systems. The scale and impact of the incident is currently being investigated. Fujifilm apologizes for the inconvenience caused.

In an email to partners, Fujifilm said several computers and servers in Japan have been infected with malware and the shutdown has prevented the company from accepting and processing orders, the New Zealand Herald reported .

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