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University of Maryland says student records hacked dating back to 1998

20
Feb
2014

The University of Maryland has been victim to what it describes as a sophisticated computer security attack that exposed records containing personal information. The hacked database contained information on 309,079 students, staff, and faculty members, including their social security numbers, birth dates, and school ID numbers. The school is quick to point out that more personal information — such as financial, medical, or contact details — was not compromised during the breach.

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