Diponegoro University Responds to Student Data Breach Allegation

Translator: Ricky Mohammad Nugraha

TEMPO.COJakarta – Diponegoro University (Undip) Semarang on Tuesday revealed that there had been hacking attempts to breach its servers which keeps thousands of its students’ data. They claim that the cyber attacks can be traced back to the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, and Mexico.

They implied that the students’ data is believed to be leaked from pak.undip.ac.id which is used by the university to score students’ academic performances.

The alleged server breach was first brought to light following 125,000 leaked students’ personal data that are prone to be illegally traded online was first revealed by Twitter user @fannyhasbi in a tweet on Tuesday, January 5.

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