KOMO News reports: A cyberattack has crippled some of the systems in the Northshore School District, which covers Bothell, Woodinville and Kenmore. The district is calling this a “significant” attack that’s taken out some phones and all voice mail servers, but adds there’s no evidence that student or staff information has been compromised. A notice on the district’s web site informs parents and personnel that as of this time, there is no evidence that student, staff, or family data have been compromised. Read more on KOMO.

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