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One of the largest counties in Missouri confirmed on Tuesday that it is dealing with a suspected ransomware attack affecting tax payments and online property, marriage licenses and inmate searches. Jackson County — which has 715,000 residents and is home to part of Kansas City — said it has “identified significant disruptions within its

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