Des Moines Area Community College reportedly discovered a security problem Wednesday which forced them to take some of their computer systems offline. Read about it on KCCI. Attempts to connect to DMACC this mornng returned a 503 error. Looking at their Twitter account, however, we find: UPDATE (6/3/21): #DMACC IT is currently working to restore Internet service across the College. All Internet-based classes scheduled for today (Thursday, June 3, 2021) are canceled. UPDATE (June 4, 2021): #DMACC is closed today, Friday, June 4, and registration-related deadlines have been extended ― please read below for more information.
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