Student Hacks Into Valencia High System

Ah, it’s Spring, and young students’ thoughts turn to hacking….

Jeremiah McDaniel reports on yet another case, this one in California:

A Valencia High School student faces criminal charges for hacking into the school’s network.

The student hacked into the system and made changes to information according Paul Preisz, the school’s Principal.

“The student had access to everything,” said Priesz. “He [the student] said that he changed things but then he changed them back.”

The incident occurred on March 9 and, according to Priesz, he was able to gain access to the entire district’s system but only went into the Valencia portion.

Read more on KHTS AM-1220, Hometown Station

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  1. Golde - March 25, 2010

    Soon 1st graders will be changing grades. Clearly not enough homework to keep them busy.

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