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Hacker breaches server at ISU

A hacker breached a computer server containing personal information of about 35,000 current and former Indiana State University students and staff, school officials said. Officials said they did not know if the hacker downloaded any of the data, which included Social Security numbers, names, birth dates and other information. “There is no evidence at this time to indicate that any personal information was accessed by the hackers, but we cannot rule out that possibility,” ISU spokeswoman Teresa Exline said Tuesday. The FBI was notified after officials at the school in Western Indiana discovered last week that the server had been breached, said Exler. ISU was alerted to the problem by an organization called CERT based in Pittsburgh, a major reporting center for Internet security problems. Full Story

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