Hacking: Hacker accesses 5,300 personal student records
When senior Kevin Donahue opened his mail Monday, he received a less than pleasant surprise.
"Dear Kevin," the letter began, "On Monday, November 7, security analysts in the Kelley School of Business and Indiana University's Information Technology Security Office determined that an instructor's computer in the Kelley School of Business had been compromised by a hacker. We are writing you about this security problem because your personal information was present on the computer."
"I was kind of scared," Donahue said.
IDS: Hacker accesses 5,300 personal student records (Campus, 11/17/2005)
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