Originally from Gironde, Val-de-Marne and Bouches-du-Rhône, the three teenagers, aged 14, 15 and 17, hacked into sites that connect students, parents and teachers.

They sent messages with threats of attacks having caused the evacuation of about twenty schools.

On January 2 and 3, messages were sent to students' ENT accounts, a police source reported.

The investigation is open for death threats and attacks on an automated data processing system.

The investigations are entrusted to the Central Office for the Fight against Crime linked to Information and Communication Technologies (OCLCTIC).

“I have finally decided to carry out my project, I want to take the life of anyone in my path today”.

It is with these disturbing words that one of the messages posted on the digital work environment (ENT) of the Jean Jaurès high school in Montreuil (Seine-Saint-Denis) on the night of Wednesday January 11 to Thursday January 12 began, for example. 2023. The message quickly turned out to be false and classes were able to resume normally the next day, specifies Actu.fr.

🇬🇧 FLASH I The students of #JeanJaurès high school/college in #Montreuil received a threatening message on their ENT on the day of the white baccalaureate, which planned an attack: “I would destroy everything in my path.

Fed up with this national education, maybe everyone will work out”.


— Cerfia (@CerfiaFR) January 12, 2023

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Establishments in Seine-et-Marne, La Madeleine (Nord), Rillieux-la-Pape (Rhône), Marseille, Caen and Carvin (Pas-de-Calais) had to be evacuated.

“About twenty establishments are concerned by threats that have circulated on the ENT, these Internet portals which connect students, parents and teachers with similar messages from one end of the country to the other, therefore hacked accounts”, reported the Minister of National Education Pap Ndiaye.

These messages "also circulated on WhatsApp loops," he said on BFMTV.

The parquet floors of Meaux, Lille and Saint-Malo in particular had divested themselves in favor of the cyber section of the Paris parquet floor.

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  • Paris

  • Ile-de-France

  • School

  • Piracy

  • Death threats

  • Teenager