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Since November 2015, Virginia Tech has been defending against a wave of persistent online attacks that have compromised several computers on campus, and resulted in the university’s appearance on several email blacklists. These blacklists are affecting normal business operations, especially for email to addresses outside the university domain.
In cooperation with departmental IT staff, the IT Security Office shuts down these compromised machines as soon as they are localized. However, once placed on a blacklist, it takes some time to be removed from it.