STJ’s computer systems were hacked on Tuesday (3) by a hacker. At the time of the cyber attack, six classes of the court were in session by videoconference.
According to ministers, around 3:30 pm, problems began to access the system and e-mails. The sessions were subsequently suspended. Since then, the STJ has been on duty and suspended procedural deadlines.
With the end of the duty regime, informed the STJ, the deadlines start to run again next Tuesday (10). From Tuesday, the trial sessions will also be held. This decision, however, rests with the presidents of classes and sections.
Since the day of the attack, the STJ estimates that 12,000 cases have not been heard.
On Friday (6), the director general of the Federal Police, Rolando Alexandre de Souza, informed TV Globo that the Federal Police identified the hacker who broke into the STJ system.
An inquiry was opened by the PF to investigate the case. According to Rolando de Souza, the alleged attacker asked for ransom payment in exchange for not destroying the stolen data from the system.
“The STJ sent new data collected by the court’s Information Technology team to the Brazilian Army’s Cyber Defense Command, which collaborates in the restoration of computer systems, and to the Federal Police, to support the investigation of the cyber attack” , the court said in a statement on Sunday.
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