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KU: Hacker Might Have Accessed 10-Year-Old Data

Some Who Never Attended School May Have Had Personal Information Stolen. The computer attack on the University of Kansas student pharmacy may have yielded more than just the names of students registered at the pharmacy, KMBC’s Micheal Mahoney reported. Earlier this month, KU announced that someone had hacked into the pharmacy computer at the Watkins Student Health Center over the winter. The hackers were able to get into a database that holds information from the last 10 years, school officials said. The information in the database wasn’t only data on students who used the pharmacy, but KU staffers, faculty and, in some cases, people who never went to KU. The university said the names and information of some potential students who got far into the application process may have also been stored on the hacked computer. In this case, a potential student is someone who provided KU with their name, address, fundamental health information, and perhaps even their Social Security number. Full Story

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