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University of Iowa student used keyloggers to change his grades 90 times



A former student and wrestler at the University of Iowa was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday in Denver for allegedly installing keyloggers on university computers as part of a cheating scheme, writes The New York Times.

22-year-old Trevor Graves allegedly hacked the university’s computers to steal test questions and assignments, and change his grades over 90 times in 21 months, as well as those of at least five other students in a number of classes such as engineering, chemistry and business. Two other students are investigated under suspicion of computer hacking.

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