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A 23-year-old student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln that hacked into the systems of the educational institution and accessed student records, account information and passwords, has been sentenced last week to six months in prison.Daniel Stratman breached the universitys computers from his apartment in Lincoln at least seven times in one month. The report does […]

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Two students at a university in Shanghai were charged with damaging a computer network for breaching the computer systems of the educational institution in order to modifyinformation regarding thephysical education course.With entrepreneurship running through their veins, the duo, studying at the Lixin University of Commerce in Shanghai, found a simple way to make some easy […]

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Earlier this week, some Anonymous hackers claimed to have breached into the systems of John Hopkins University. The educational institution admits that its systems have been breached. The hackers published the names, phone numbers, email addresses and positions of Biomedical Engineering Department staff and the details of students who took the Design Team course. The […]

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