All of Victoria's 280 red light and speed cameras will be reviewed in the coming weeks to make sure they have not been infected with a software virus, but officials have warned they will still be operational.
A total of 97 cameras have now been identified as having the virus, mistakenly put into the cameras by a contractor during a routine maintenance program.
The matter has caused police to withdraw up to 8,000 fines issued between June 6 and June 22, in case they are incorrect.
Police cancelled almost 600 speeding and red light tickets on Friday after 55 cameras in Melbourne and country Victoria were found to be infected with the WannaCry virus.
Police Minister Lisa Neville on Saturday said one of the contract providers for the cameras, Redflex, contacted the Department of Justice at 5:55pm on Friday and told them 42 additional cameras had been...
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