Fidelity National Financial confirms cyberattack has been 'controlled' after a week-long outage.

Fidelity National Financial, one of the major real estate services corporations in the United States, 

announced it has "contained" a recent cyberattack that had paralyzed its many subsidiaries and customers for more than a week.

FNF stated in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on November 26 that the problem was now under control. 

"The Company is restoring normal business operations and is coordinating with its customers," the statement stated.

FNF announced on November 21 that it had been the victim of a "cybersecurity incident." This effectively halted all activities at the corporation and its subsidiaries, 

leaving consumers buying and selling homes or paying mortgages puzzled and unsure of what would happen to their properties and money.

One FNF subsidiary referred to the occurrence as a "catastrophe" in an automated message delivered to everyone who dialed its customer service number. 

Last week, a voicemail from a FNF subsidiary stated, "Fidelity National Financial is still experiencing a system-wide outage." We are unable to send or receive email or access any system. We appreciate your understanding."

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