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Winter Olympics organizers say a cyberattack took down their computer servers during opening ceremonies

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.
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