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Albany continues computer recovery after weekend cyber-attack

Albany continues computer recovery after weekend cyber-attack

April 02, 2019 03:56 PM

ALBANY - The city of Albany continues to try and recover from a cyber-attack last weekend.

The city says marriage licenses and certificates are once again available at the city clerk's office.

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Mayor Kathy Sheehan says no personal information about city workers or residents was stolen during the ransomware attack. It was first discovered Saturday and disabled a number of city government computers.

The mayor is not saying if the city knows who was behind the attack.

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