Follow-up: How did a hacker get into UGA system?

Joe Johnson reports some of the follow-up on University of Georgia hack disclosed last year:

University of Georgia officials thought they may have been under attack from multiple hackers when the identities of thousands of employees and students went missing last fall.

But it turned out to be the work of a single person, a former UGA student, who used a proxy server that disguised the Internet Protocol address of his computer.

According to documents recently filed in Clarke County Superior Court, 26-year-old Charles Stapler Stell used a London-based website, Hidemyass.com, when breaking into UGA’s Identity Management System.

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