A cyber attack which appears to originate outside USA On Saturday, it postponed the distribution of the printed version of several of the country's most important newspapers, according to one of the affected media.
On LA Times He said the attack, which was originally considered a failure of servers, had affected the computer network Publishing the rostrum, linked to the production and printing of several newspapers in the country.
As a result, the delivery of editions of LA Times and San Diego Union Tribune He came late.
In addition, the the attack affects the distribution of the west coast on The New York Times and Wall Street Journal, which are printed in the factory LA Times.
The report does not show the numbers of affected subscribers, but the majority of users LA Times They received their magazines on Saturday with a delay of several hours.
"We believe that the intention of the attack was disable the infrastructure, or rather the servers, rather than seeking information theft, "he said. LA Times quoting a source close to the situation.
The newspaper quoted officials as saying it was too early to know whether the attack was carried out by state or non-state actors.
"We are aware of reports of a possible cyber incident affecting different media and working with our government and industry partners to better understand the situation," the Homeland Security Department said in a statement.