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Augusta City Center closed for cyber attack



Augusta City Center closed on Friday for cyber attack on city computers. City manager William Bridgeo said he was optimistic that the city hall would be reopened on Monday. Bridgeo said the city is working with the FBI. He said that a dozen computers are affected by the cyber attack. A handwritten sign on the door on Thursday said the city center had been closed due to "unforeseen circumstances". On Friday morning, there was a new sign saying that the city center had been shut down for a cyberattack on the computer systems. The Augusta police said emergency services were not affected in the city. A handwritten sign on the door on Thursday said the city center had been closed due to "unforeseen circumstances". On Friday morning, a new sign indicating that the city center had been closed due to cyberattacks on the computer systems was displayed. Bridgeo said no employee files were violated as a result of the attack to block it.

The Augusta City Center is closed on Fridays for a cyberattack on city computers.

City manager William Bridgeo said he was optimistic that the city hall would be reopened on Monday.

Bridgeo said the city works with the FBI. He said a dozen computers were affected by the cyberattack.

A handwritten sign on the door on Thursday said the city center had been closed due to "unforeseen circumstances". On Friday morning, a new sign saying City Center was closed because of a cyberattack on the computer systems.

Augusta police said the city's emergency services are not affected.

A handwritten sign on the door on Thursday said the city center had been closed due to "unforeseen circumstances". On Friday morning, a new sign indicating that the city center was closed due to a cyberattack on the computer systems was displayed.

Bridgeo said no employee files were injured as a result of the attack.

He said a similar attack was attempted last year, but they were able to block it.

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