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Catch the Wave at 97.9 WHAV ♦ June 15, 2021
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Ransomware Attack on Haverhill Schools Shuts Down Remote Learning, Cancels Thursday’s First Day Back for Some

Ransomware Attack on Haverhill Schools Shuts Down Remote Learning, Cancels Thursday’s First Day Back for Some
A ransomware attack on Haverhill Public Schools computer networks shut down remote learning, email, telephones and other systems today and will force the cancellation of all classes tomorrow. Assistant Superintendent Michael J. Pfifferling said computer systems remained offline in the afternoon and local and federal law enforcement are investigating. A ransomware attack comes from an outside intruder who asks for …

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