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Colonial Pipeline, the Largest Fuel Pipeline in the U.S., Has Shut Down Over a Ransomware Attack – Gizmodo

Operators of the Colonial pipeline—a 5,500-mile system that takes fuel from refineries in Houston, Texas to the New York harbor—have shut down the entire system…

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If you live on the East Coast and see fuel prices go up soon, theres a good chance its because of the cyberattack that forced the Colonial pipeline, the countrys largest refined products pipeline, to shut down. There is currently no indication of when it will start back up again.
Operators of the Colonial pipelinea 5,500-mile system that takes fuel from refineries in Houston, Texas to the New York harborhave shut down the entire system because of the cyberattack, which officials revealed to be ransomware…

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