Due to COVID-19, Otterbein University and many others in the state of Ohio have decided to shift to all online classes. Shortly after this was announced by the university, a malware attack struck their network. University officials do not have a timetable as to when the systems will be back to normal but hope to have an announcement made by tomorrow to update students and other staff. No leads as to how the attack took place have been discovered thus far but Otterbein stated that they are working with experienced computer forensics specialists to reveal how the attack happened and what they can do to resolve the issue.
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