Services continue to be restored after cyberattack on Atlanta's servers

Several more city of Atlanta services are back up and running after last week's ransomware attack.

The departments of watershed management and finance can now accept payments for water and sewer bills as well as business licenses in person at City Hall.

The city is still working to fully restore all of its online systems.

Water and sewer emergency maintenance service requests still need to be submitted by calling 311.

The Atlanta Municipal Court still doesn't have the ability to process ticket payments.

There's been no official confirmation as to where the hack originated but sources indicate it started in the Atlanta City Council databases.

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