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North Dakota University System Hacked, Details of 290,000 People Possibly Stolen

12
Mar
2014

In February, the North Dakota University System (NDUS) discovered that one of its servers had been breached. According to the organization, the impacted server stored the details of 290,000 individuals.

NDUS believes that the hackers gained unauthorized access to the server sometime in late October 2013. They compromised an existing accounts login credentials in order to access the machine. However, for the time being, its not known how the attackers obtained the log…

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