AU: Penrith High School students disciplined over HSC computer hacking claims

Megan Levy reports:

Students at a selective high school in Sydney’s west have been disciplined after hacking into a computer system, allegedly in an attempt to change their HSC assessment marks.

Up to 10 Year 12 students at Penrith High School have reportedly been questioned over the security breach, which the NSW Department of Education said occurred when students obtained a teacher’s log-in details for the online database that contains student marks.

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