New Jersey Schools Online Classes Attacked with Inappropriate Content and Threats
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New Jersey Schools Online Classes Attacked with Inappropriate Content and Threats

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After the Covid-19 Pendamic, all the regular activities were stopped including that of education institutes. Schools and other educational institutes jumped towards virtual education and it worked. Just like other parts of the world, schools in New Jersey, USA also stared their virtual learning and it was going smoothly just like other regions.

According to a report Cyber attacks were on the peak in July and August 2020. Just like other online platforms, these attackers also targeting kids and virtual classrooms. In the past few days, schools were attacked by hackers and virtual classrooms were populated with inappropriate content.


Cyber attacks on New Jersey virtual classrooms were attacked and there were threats for the school teachers. Classrooms were hijacked with content inappropriate for kids.

According to the Paterson Superintendent, Eileen Shafer, “Unfortunately, there was cursing going”.

According to Eileen Shafer, the cyber-attack details are not reported to the local authorities.

The authorities also blaming the students. They think that if students allow trouble making friends to the online classes then such attacks are possible. In the account of this, there are some penalties for the students who are behind the attack. This includes terminating the online learning process and losing the learning computer.

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