Stop the presses: cyberattack disrupts distribution of major newspapers

A cyberattack Saturday believed to have been launched by a foreign actor against Tribune Publishing disrupted the distribution of newspapers across the country, including The Los Angeles Times.

“We believe the intention of the attack was to disable infrastructure, more specifically servers, as opposed to looking to steal information,” the L.A. Times cited an anonymous source as saying. 

Tribune Publishing assured subscribers as well as online users and advertisers in a statement that their personal data wasn’t compromised.

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