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  •   Home > News > Education

    A Waikato high school is a victim of an international ransomware attack which hit thousands of companies

    A Waikato high school is a victim of an international ransomware attack which hit thousands of companies


    Technology management firm Kaseya was targeted, it's thought a ransomware syndicate called REvil is responsible.

    St Peter's school in Cambridge says the school is working to recover data and as a result all school systems will be inactive for at least 48 hours.

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