Wi-Fi restored at Atlanta's airport following cyberattack

Travelers at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport can once again use the airport's Wi-Fi.

The system was taken offline after a ransomware attack hit the city of Atlanta’s computer network on March 22.

Officials said the attack didn't affect safety at the airport, but the Wi-Fi and flight information were taken down as a precaution.

The city has not said whether or not they paid the $51,000 ransom.

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