ITHACA, NY — Throughout the day April 19, a cyberattack caused internet connection at Ithaca College to cut out intermittently, disrupting operations across campus.

In an Information Technology Service Ticket, Angel Gavidia, associate director in the Department of Applications and Infrastructure, said a distributed denial-of-service attack on the college network overloaded the system and caused it to fail. The internet’s inconsistent function forced entities across campus to shut down temporarily or change their operations, including the library, classes, certain retail dining locations and the Center for Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS).

“The Ithaca College network was subject to a distributed


The smartwatch and wearable company said services will be back to normal in the next few days. 

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Garmin, known for its smartwatches and wearables, on Monday confirmed it was victim to a cyberattack that encrypted the company’s systems causing its apps, website, customer support and communications to go offline last week.

Some of Garmin’s services were back online on Monday following a four day outage. Other services are showing “limited” access on the company’s status page, including Garmin Connect. 


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