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The website for Central Oregon Community College is back up and running today; but it was taken down Wednesday after a hacker got in. COCC spokesperson Ron Paradis says this is the first time the college has had a hacker. “It appears that someone got into our web page and into the management area of our website. They apparently hacked into it and basically took control of it. So as soon as we figured that out, of course our I.T. staff took the webpage down made a few adjustments so that couldn’t happen before putting it back.” He says no sensitive information was compromised in the hacking and technicians were alerted to the problem immediately. He says the site where students and faculty access for homework and other classroom information wasn't affected much during yesterday's hacking event.

 

 

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  • Purcell Bridge CLOSED through April 2020.
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