Cyberattack By "Foreign Entity" Cripples Newspapers

Foreign cyberattack hits newspapers Here is what we know

The Los Angeles Times and other newspapers were the victims of an apparent cyberattack

A cyberattack that appears to have originated from outside the U.S. caused major printing and delivery disruptions at several newspapers across the country.

A suspected computer attack prevented the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun and other papers from publishing paid death notices and classified ads Saturday.

Sunday print editions were delivered in its markets across the USA but did not contain classified ads and some paid death notices, which share a common system disrupted by the malware, the Chicago-based company said Sunday.

Tribune Publishing said malware was detected on its servers Friday. Those newspapers were delivered on Sunday, the company said.

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As a result, the delivery of the Saturday editions of the LA Times and San Diego Union Tribune were delayed.

Papers that share the same production platform in LA, including the west coast editions of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, were also hit.

San Diego Union-Tribune Publisher Jeff Light described the incident as "what now seems to have been a malicious attack on the company by computer hackers" in a message posted to the newspaper's website.

The Los Angeles Times claims this cyberattack came from somewhere outside the United States.

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According to a report released over the summer by cyber threat intelligence company Check Point Research, Ryuk malware was first detected earlier in the year, and had hit three large organizations in the US and outside the country.

On Thursday night, editors were unable tried to send pages, via digital files, to the plate-making facility.

Formerly known as Tronc, Tribune Publishing also owns the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Orlando Sebtinel, The Baltimore Sun; Hartford Courant; the New York Daily News; the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md.; The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa.; the Daily Press in Newport News, Va.; and The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va. Tribune also products suburban newspapers in its markets.

People pass the Los Angeles Times office in Los Angeles, California, in July 2018.

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