Nearly 6,000 impacted by Franklin College hack

Andy Bell-Baltaci reports:

People involved with Franklin College may have had personal data revealed to hackers that breached the school’s network with a malicious code attack.

The attack occurred on Jan. 21, and college officials held back information to determine through an investigation what data might have been taken. After an investigation was completed in June, college officials sent out a letter to individuals who could have been impacted on Aug. 29. The letter says information taken may have included the names and driver’s license or state identification numbers of people involved with Franklin College.


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