The company that operates the Registry of Motor Vehicles vehicle inspection program is warning the shutdown caused by a malware attack could last into next week, a longer service suspension than the Baker administration has so far acknowledged.
In a statement Thursday, Applus Technologies Inc. said the company detected the malware attack Tuesday and responded by shutting down the computer network that tracks vehicle inspections at sites across Massachusetts. Technicians have since been working to safely restart the network, but has not yet succeeded.
“At this time, we anticipate the program will be back online next week at the earliest,” Applus said in a statement Thursday. “It is important
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