After a hacker attack, more than 300 computers of the Bulgarian Post were taken out of service and this is another problem for the country’s government.

According to bourgas.ru, after a hacker attack, more than 300 computers of the Bulgarian Post were taken out of service and this is another problem for the country’s government. This was announced by the Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria – Kalina Konstantinova.

Hundreds of computers are completely disabled, data is lost, and it is impossible to recover the missing information.

During the hearings in the Parliament, it turned out that the backup systems were also compromised. They kept copies of information systems.

And the confidence that, despite the breakthrough, not a single pensioner will be left without a pension.

Konstantinova does not set a date for when all services will be fully restored.

“More than 300 computers are not subject to reinstallation and use. The recovery process is proceeding at a maximum pace. We are also considering where to find donations of computers. Services cannot start at 300 stations,” said Kalina Konstantinova.

“The new leadership is reviewing. It is an obligation that if there are guilty people, they will be punished,” said Bogdan Theofanidis, director of the Bulgarian Post.

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