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CMA CGM's systems up and running again after cyberattack

French container line CMA CGM looks set to be back in full swing after the cyberattack on Sept. 28. All systems are back online, says the company Sunday.

Photo: ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP / AFP

Two weeks after a cyberattack, CMA CGM has now got all its systems back up and running.

It is again possible for customers to use all online services, including booking of freight and container tracking, the French container line said in a update this Sunday.

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