Winter Olympics organizers say a cyberattack hit their computer servers during the opening ceremonies, Yonhap reported on Saturday.
The attack only affected "non-critical systems," the organizers said.
The cyberattack follows a string of previous incidents involving various Winter Olympics computer systems, including a spying operation that is believed to have originated from North Korea.
Pyeongchang Olympic organizers are investigating a possible attack on their internet and Wi-Fi systems about 45 minutes before the opening ceremony
International unity be damned. The 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony was an opportunity for athletes around the world to proudly wave their nation's flag and welcome the start of a time-honored tradition of peaceful competition....
PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - Pyeongchang Olympics organizers were looking into a disruption of non-critical systems on the day of the opening ceremony but could not yet confirm if it was a cyberattack, Games spokesman Sung Baik-you said ...
All competitions are running as planned as officials continue to investigate a disruption of non-critical systems.