The University of Michigan has taken down its network after a cyberattack on Sunday, August 27, 2023.

The cyberattack affected the university’s internet, email, and other online services.

The university said that it took down the network as a precautionary measure to protect its systems and data. The university is currently investigating the cyberattack and has not released any information about the nature of the attack or who may be responsible.

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The cyberattack has caused disruption to the university’s operations. Students and staff are unable to access the university’s online resources, and classes are being held online or canceled. The university said that it is working to restore the network as quickly as possible.

Three weeks ago, Michigan State University disclosed that it had been impacted by the MOVEit data theft attacks.

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