KR: KAIST students’ credit card information stolen

Kim Se-jeong reports:

More than a dozen students and faculty at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science Technology (KAIST) have had their credit card information stolen by a hacker who attempted to make payments in Japan, according to the school, Thursday.

The school said that the number of victims was about 20, but the number is likely to rise as the news spreads. The amount was not much, either 1 or 2 yen.

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