Fearing cyber attack, police disconnect computers

October 25, 2012 12:45

The Israel Police fear a possible virus attack on their national computer system, and have ordered officers to be extra careful using any police computers or software. Officers were ordered to disconnect computers from civilian networks.

In addition, all police district spokesperson's offices have gone offline and are not sending or responding to emails at the moment. Internal police networks were still online.

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