DENVER — The homepage of the Colorado government's web portal is operating normally again after a cyberattack by what state officials said was an "anonymous suspected foreign actor" who targeted state government services and websites across the country.
A temporary Colorado.gov site was set up Wednesday to direct Coloradans to the most common online state services, according to a release.
All other State of Colorado websites and essential state government services remained online and available after the attack, the release said.
The Governor's Office of Information Technology and the State Emergency Operations Center worked with the Statewide Internet Portal Authority and their vendor partner to restore access to the portal homepage, which was back online as of 6 p.m. Thursday.
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