Former University of Kansas student accused of computer hacking faces 18 felony charges

Sara Shepherd reports:

A former University of Kansas freshman, in fear of flunking out, successfully used a device called a keystroke logger to steal instructors’ confidential login information, hack into multiple campus computers and change F’s to A’s.

Although the hacking apparently went unnoticed for most of two semesters, the student eventually got caught and is now facing a string of felony computer crime charges.

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