one cyber attack which seems to have origin outside of it United States On Saturday the distribution of the printed version of several of the most important newspapers of this country, according to one of the affected media, was delayed.
he LA Times said the attack, which initially believed a server failure, affected a computer network of the Tribune Publishing, Related to the production and printing of several newspapers in the country.
As a result, the delivery of the editions of the LA Times and from San Diego Union Tribune came late
In addition, the attack impacted the distribution on the west coast of The New York Times and from Wall Street Journal, Which are printed on the floor of the LA Times.
The report does not detail the numbers of the affected subscribers, but a majority of clients in the LA Times They received their newspapers on Saturday with several hours of delay.
"We believe the intent of the attack was disable the infrastructure, more specifically the serversInstead of seeking stealing information, "he said LA Times citing a source close to the situation.
The newspaper quoted officials saying it was too early to know whether the attack was perpetrated by state or non-state actors.
"We are aware of the reports of a possible cyber incident that affects various media and we are working with our government and industry partners to better understand the situation," the National Security Department said in a statement.