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Hacker attack probe continues

Theft of information from foreign students takes toll at KU. Six months ago, a hacker sneaked into Kansas University’s computer system, downloaded vital information on about 1,450 foreign students and vanished into cyberspace. KU officials were both mortified and apologetic, encouraging the students to warn their credit card companies. The FBI called the incident the most serious and potentially dangerous hacking crime in the Midwest. The agency’s office in Kansas City, Mo., promised a thorough investigation. So what happened? The FBI isn’t saying. “That investigation is still ongoing, so we’ll not have anything to say about it,” said FBI spokeswoman Bridget Patton. KU doesn’t know much, either. Full Story

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