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UniSA disables computers, applications after ‘cyber attack’ – iTnews

Lists ‘major’ and ‘partial’ outages to a number of systems.

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University of South Australia (UniSA) said a “security incident” over the weekend had led it to disable desktop computer access and a number of systems, including staff email and remote access.
“The university suffered a security incident over the weekend,” its support desk said in an advisory late on Saturday night.
“As a security precaution a number of PCs and laptops have been disabled.”
In a Facebook post, the university separately attributed a staff email outage to the attack.
“UniSA staff…

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