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Cyberattack on the website of Pennsylvania Courts

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February 6, 2024

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Website of Pennsylvania Courts Is the Target of Cyberattack:

Officials have confirmed that there is currently no access to certain parts of the Pennsylvania Courts website because of a hack. The attack, which is classified as a denial of service attack by the US cybersecurity agency, involves flooding the website with network traffic in an attempt to block access by authorized users. The Guardianship Tracking System, PACFile, online docket sheets, and PAePay are among the court web services that are impacted.

Courts Remain Open, No Breach Found:

Officials guarantee that all courts are operating and that there is no sign of any court data being accessed despite the cyberattack. Files may be submitted in person or by mail to the Pennsylvania Appellate Court, Guardianship Tracking System, and Web Dockets/court summary filing offices. Payments for PAePay can still be done by mail, in person, or by getting in touch with the court office.

Contact Details for Questions:

Those interested in obtaining court records and information may call (717) 877-2997 to speak with Stacey Witalec, a spokesman for Pennsylvania Courts.

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