College Student Uses Brute Force PASSWD on School Computer to Change Grade
You Li, age 21, a Chinese national living in Utah while pursuing an undergraduate degree in computer science at the University of Utah, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for hacking into a University of Utah computer in an attempt to change a grade in a math class. The indictment also alleges he accessed other personal information.
The indictment was announced last week by Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen Sorenson and FBI Special Agent in Charge Timothy J. Fuhrman of the Salt Lake City Office. LinuxElectrons - College Student Uses Brute Force PASSWD on School Computer to Change Grade
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