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Revenge-seeking university employee hacks into server

A private university employee who hacked into the institution’s computer server in retaliation for being demoted has been arrested, Tokyo police said. Ryoichi Nakayama, 47, a clerk at Takachiho University in Suginami-ku, Tokyo, is accused of violating the anti-hacking law. “I committed the crime because I’m no longer able to do computer-related work,” he was quoted as telling investigators. Nakayama used his own computer and a secret password to illegally access the university’s server on over 100 occasions between October and December last year. He looked at e-mail sent to colleagues and made its bulletin board inaccessible, investigators said. Full Story

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