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Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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FILE - In this Aug. 22, 2019, file photo, signs on a bank of computers tell visitors that the machines are not working at the public library in Wilmer, Texas. The Associated Press has learned new details about a ransomware attack that affected roughly two dozen Texas communities two years ago. Thousands of pages obtained by AP and interviews with people involved show Texas communities struggled for days with disruptions to core government services as workers in small cities and towns endured a cascade of frustrations brought on by the sophisticated cyberattack. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)

Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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In this July 19, 2021, photo Amanda Crawford, right, and Nancy Rainosek, left, pose for a photo inside the state's Information Resources Command Center in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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FILE - In this Aug. 22, 2019, file photo, Library Director Jennifer Ramirez advises a visitor that she is unable to assist him with his request because most of the computers at the public library in Wilmer, Texas, were not working. The Associated Press has learned new details about a ransomware attack that affected roughly two dozen Texas communities two years ago. Thousands of pages obtained by AP and interviews with people involved show Texas communities struggled for days with disruptions to core government services as workers in small cities and towns endured a cascade of frustrations brought on by the sophisticated cyberattack. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)

Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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FILE - In this Aug. 22, 2019, file photo, Library Director Jennifer Ramirez, right, loads boxes into her work vehicle at the public library in Wilmer, Texas. The Associated Press has learned new details about a ransomware attack that affected roughly two dozen Texas communities two years ago. Thousands of pages obtained by AP and interviews with people involved show Texas communities struggled for days with disruptions to core government services as workers in small cities and towns endured a cascade of frustrations brought on by the sophisticated cyberattack. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)

Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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In this July 19, 2021, photo Amanda Crawford, right, and Nancy Rainosek, left, pose for a photo inside the state's Information Resources Data Center in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Texas Ransomware

Texas Ransomware

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In this July 19, 2021, photo Amanda Crawford, right, and Nancy Rainosek, left, pose for a photo inside the state's Information Resources Data Center in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)