Rio Rancho teens facing charges in planned cyberattack

RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Several Rio Rancho students are getting national attention but for all the wrong reasons. After allegedly trying to cyberattack a large company using computers from school.

According to the Albuquerque Journal three Cleveland High teens are facing felony charges. They’re accused of helping coordinate an attack to bring down the website for Enfamil baby formula while using school computers.

The attack caught the attention of both the FBI and secret service. The district isn’t saying how it’s going to punish the teens involved.

Source: KRQE News

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