Easy-to-get hacking device puts KU professors’ information in student’s hands

Mará Rose Williams: reports:

A recent hack of University of Kansas professors’ personal information has faculty worried that an easily accessible hacking tool could have students tampering with private data on campuses everywhere.

The KU hacker was an engineering student who used a keystroke logger to pry into professors’ computers and change all his failing grades to A’s.

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