Details emerge on UC Berkeley hack

More details have emerged on the UC Berkeley hack reported here last week:

UC Berkeley officials announced today (Monday, Dec. 15) that they have begun notifying approximately 1,600  individuals that their personal information may have been hacked by an individual or individuals who gained access to servers and databases in the campus’s Real Estate Division.

Among the data were about 1,300 Social Security numbers and approximately 300 credit card numbers. Many of the individuals impacted are current or former campus employees, but the group also includes individuals with companies doing business with the division. The data cover a time period from the early 1990s to May 2014.

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