This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. 

Early Monday morning, alleged hackers from ‘within the Russian Federation’ unleashed cyberattacks on websites of major US airports, according to ABC News, citing a senior US official.


Luckily, the attacks did not disrupt systems that control air traffic control, internal airline communications and coordination, or transportation security.

“It’s an inconvenience,” the senior official said, adding the cyberattacks resulted in “denial of public access” to certain airport websites that report flight wait times and congestion. 

BREAKING: Some of the nation’s largest airports have been targeted for cyberattacks by an attacker within the Russian Federation, a senior official briefed confirms to @ABC News.

— ABC News (@ABC) October 10, 2022

The attacks were first detected around 0300 ET when the Port Authority contacted the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency that LaGuardia Airport was hit. Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Des Moines International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport were also targeted.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport had its website restored as of 1030 ET after it was hit.

None of the cyberattacks disrupted flights this morning as engineers and programmers worked with airports to patch websites.

National Cyber Director Chris Inglis tells @EamonJavers that this is a developing situation but there’s been “no disruption” to airport operations. (Via @thecipherbrief conf)

— Mary Catherine (@mcwellons) October 10, 2022


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