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Hinds County’s computer system is coming back online. Tony Gaylor, the attorney for the Hinds County Board of Supervisors, said the ransomware attack that crippled the computer servers should be resolved within days. Gaylor wouldn’t elaborate on what gives him so much confidence, but said they have a technical team working on the issues that led to the cyberattack. Gaylor said during a news conference Wednesday that the county hopes to focus on reopening the Tax Collector’s Office first, where so many people have complained they’ve been unable to get renewals for car tags or handicapped parking cards.The computer system has been down since Sept. 7, forcing the shutdown of many county agencies. County officials said residents would not be penalized by late fees as a result of the attack.

Hinds County’s computer system is coming back online.

Tony Gaylor, the attorney for the Hinds County Board of Supervisors, said the ransomware attack that crippled the computer servers should be resolved within days. Gaylor wouldn’t elaborate on what gives him so much confidence, but said they have a technical team working on the issues that led to the cyberattack.

Gaylor said during a news conference Wednesday that the county hopes to focus on reopening the Tax Collector’s Office first, where so many people have complained they’ve been unable to get renewals for car tags or handicapped parking cards.

The computer system has been down since Sept. 7, forcing the shutdown of many county agencies. County officials said residents would not be penalized by late fees as a result of the attack.

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