N.J. town’s website has been hacked 8 times this month

Sometimes, I’d really love to know why.

Caitlin Mota reports:

Apparently, someone really doesn’t like Harrison.

Since the West Hudson town’s website was initially hacked on July 7,  Harrison’s website has been infiltrated seven more times in the past two weeks, officials said.

“These are highly intelligent criminals who seek to cause havoc and destruction in the cyber world,” said Nick Ayala of Scan Worx, the company that has managed the town’s website for eight years. “Unfortunately, these are the times we live in.”

Harrison Mayor James Fife told The Jersey Journal this morning that the town’s website does not contain any private information and no “sensitive material” has been compromised.

Read more on NJ.com.

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