Hacker accesses University of North Florida computer server

    Date17 Oct 2010
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    3162
    Posted ByAlex
    A University of North Florida (UNF) computer file containing the sensitive information of students may have been accessed by a foreign hacker. How many victims? 106,884.

    What type of personal information? Names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth

    What happened? An unauthorized individual outside of the United States gained access to a school computer server some time between Sept. 24 and 29. A sensitive file on the server contained the personal information of UNF students and others who have expressed interest in the college. The information was collected during the recruitment and application process.

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