SHEPHERDSVILLE - A computer glitch caused many of Bullitt County Public Schools' computers to shut down Wednesday morning.
However, the virus that caused the issue was technically not a virus at all.
At about 10:45 a.m. schools reported major computer issues, with many individual computers shutting down on their own.
BCPS technology director Jim Jackson said the event, which was experienced nationwide, was a virus definition file released into an antivirus system.
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