Skip to comments.72,000 confidential files hacked at University of Delaware
Posted on 07/30/2013 5:39:02 PM PDT by Kid Shelleen
The University of Delaware said that confidential files containing personal information on 72,000 people were recently hacked. The files include social security numbers, addresses and school ID numbers of past and current employees, including student employees. School officials said the breach occurred when cyber criminals attacked a vulnerability in software provided by a vendor for one of the universitys systems.
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By the way, would someone please hack Columbia University records or the Hawaii Department of Health?
They're probably the ones who did it, in order to get some business. Let the affected people choose their own, e.g., LifeLock.
Wow, am I getting very cynical and skeptical these days!
Were they able to find one single course Obama took and completed.
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