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Progress is slow, but IT technicians are beginning to rebuild the Central Oregon Community College website after they discovered it was "hacked" on May fifth. Spokesman Ron Paradis says they were able to identify where the intruding website address came from. "Both times that we found somebody that had gotten into the website, the I.P address, which tells where this is coming from, came from China. It's not a guarantee that the person doing this there in China, because as you know you can be operating remotely. But it does give us an indication that the traffic came from China." Paradis says they were alerted by a text that was generated from the website itself telling them that unusual activity was happening on the schools’ website. He says they are putting more and more information and services back on the website as they add more security programs and hope to have the more robust site completely back by next week.

 

 

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