CT: Watertown computer system almost repaired after Nov. 1 ransomware attack

Hanna Snyder Gambini reports:

 The school district’s computer system is almost back up to full speed, Superintendent Rydell Harrison reported, with technicians installing new preventative software as they repair the effects of a ransomware attack.

Teachers have their computers back, and “we’re very close to being back to normal,” Harrison said. “For what needs to happens on a day-to-day basis for teaching and learning, we’re back to normal.”

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