TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas officials are calling a massive computer outage that’s kept most of the state’s courts offline for two weeks a “security incident” and, while they had not provided an explanation as of Wednesday, experts say it has all the hallmarks of a ransomware attack.

The disruption has left attorneys unable to search online records and forced them to file motions the old fashioned way – on paper. Courts are limping along, although the growing piles of paper are a mess that will have to be sorted and scanned eventually.

“It`s really just slowed the whole system dow

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