After a cyber attack targeted the City of Atlanta’s servers on Thursday, Hartsfield temporarily disabled its public Wifi network and even temporarily took down part of its website. Access went down Thursday at 1pm and is still not up. The airport’s website continues to display the following message:
“We are currently experiencing website difficulties. Security line wait times and flight information may not be accurate.”
The site also instructs passengers to check with their airlines for flight status as that functionality has been disabled too:
“While we aren’t directly affected by the cyberattack, we are being abundantly cautious and have taken these systems offline,” airport spokesperson Reese McCranie told Atlanta’s Channel 2 Action News.