The WannaCry ransomware virus has struck Honda’s Sayama plant near Tokyo, causing the automaker to halt production for a day earlier this week after finding that its computer network had been attacked by the virus, according to Automotive News. The Sayama plant produces the Accord sedan, the Odyssey, and Step Wagon, with a total daily output of around 1,000 vehicles.

The virus was discovered to have affected Honda’s network internationally, with Japan, North America, Europe, China, and other regions affected despite efforts to secure its computer systems when the virus disrupted operations at plants, shops and hospitals across the globe.

The WannaCry ransomware virus has locked up over 200,000 computers in more than 15 countries, and though the attacks have slowed down, security experts warn that newer viruses may follow. Honda’s production at other plants have not been affected, the company said, adding that operations at the Sayama plant have resumed on Tuesday, a Honda spokeswoman said.

Renault and Nissan were also affected by the ransomware attacks last month, stalling production at plants in Japan, Britain, France, Romania, and India, according to the report. The WannaCry virus received widespread attention when it attacked computers at the UK’s NHS hospitals. The ransomware virus exploited a security vulnerability in computers without Microsoft’s patch, or with versions of Windows too old to use it.