World Italy: Hackers block a Covid

17:13  01 august  2021
17:13  01 august  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Vaccination Appointment platform

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Milan Vaccination Appointment Platform (Reuters) - Hackers attacked the computer systems of a company that manages immunization meetings against coronavirus for the Latium region, around Rome, and provoked Stopping the platform, Sunday announced the regional authorities.

"A powerful hacker attack on the entire (database) of the region is in progress," they indicated in a message posted on Facebook.

They add that all systems have been disabled, including those of the region's health portal and immunization network, and that the vaccinal calendar may be delayed.

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"This is a very powerful computer hacking attack, very serious (...) Everything is down," said Alessio d'Amato, Latium Health Director.

According to the Italian Ansa press agency, the Italian Communications Police and the Rome Public Prosecutor's Office seized the case and could open an investigation to try to identify the authors of the attack.

Italy has recently followed suit to France, where the sanitary pass is being expanded, announcing the introduction of a compulsory "green pass" for a list of activities. This decision provoked manifestations across the country.

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Italy rolls out mandatory Covid 'green pass' rules .
All those aged 12 and over with at least one jab will be able to access bars, cinemas and gyms.The "green pass" will allow access to people who have had at least one vaccine dose, have recovered from coronavirus or who have tested negative within 48 hours.

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