Cyberattack against Regina Public Schools likely ransomware

Alexander Quon reports:

New information has emerged about the recent cyberattack that targeted Regina Public Schools, forcing it to shut down all internet-based systems such as email and other education tools.

CBC News has reviewed a copy of a note that has appeared on computers that were part of the school district’s network.

The note says it is from an organization called BlackCat/ALPHV, which experts say is well known for employing ransomware attacks.

Read more at CBC.

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