Ransomware attack cripples Japan’s biggest port

The Port of Nagoya in Japan has become the latest big name in maritime to be hit by a ransomware attack.

A crippling system glitch was detected on Tuesday morning, after which the port has been unable to load and unload containers from trailers.

An investigation has been launched into the attack, which according to local media came from the Russia-based ransomware group LockBit 3.0.

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