VA: Chesapeake Public Schools’ computer network affected by malware from phishing emails

WTKR reports on an incident in Chesapeake, Virginia:

An attack on computers at Grassfield High School has students and parents concerned. Chesapeake Public Schools says a malware attack is responsible for taking the school off the grid.

The school district said a virus entered their network through phishing emails sent to employees. Only a couple of divisions have been affected and it’s not a system-wide outage. However, it impacted Grassfield High School in a big way. Classes heavily relying on technology were affected, but the others carried on as usual.

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