NY: Attempted cyberattack leads to internet shutdown at Albany schools

Kathleen Moore reports:

 The Albany City School District’s computer systems were repeatedly attacked over the weekend, but school officials said no data was stolen.

However, the technology team cut off the district’s connection to the internet on Sunday in response to the attacks. Teachers and students were advised Monday that they could not use the internet for the next three days.

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