Tulsa city leaders gave an update Tuesday afternoon on the ransomware attack that crippled the city’s systems briefly in May.
The city said that while most of the data leaked were police reports, they have identified 27 instances were social security numbers were shared. The city said they are contacting those involved.
After the ransomware attack, the city said that 18,000 files were leaked to the dark web, mainly police reports and internal documents.
Officials said that they have launched an online lookup tool for citizens to check if their information was shared to the dark web. Visit CityOfTulsa.org/Cyber to use the online lookup tool.
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News On 6’s Kristen Weaver will have a full report on the latest update, tonight at 9 and 10.