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Arizona Supreme Court at 1501 W. Washington St. in Phoenix. (Photo: Patrick Breen/The Republic)

The Arizona Judicial Branch is dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack against its internet service provider this week, according to a court spokesperson.

Aaron Nash, spokesperson for the Arizona Supreme Court, said that the impact appears to be limited to information connected with the azcourts.gov website and does not affect individual court or clerk’s offices.

The attack caused portals allowing people to access protective orders, defensive driving classes and seeking other information to be down for periods of time during the week.

The attack on the branch’s service provider, Managed.com, occurred Monday, according to a report by ZDNet. The company took down all of its servers to deal with the attack and some of its clients’ sites had their data encrypted.

The company is working with law enforcement to identify the attackers, but