UCLA server targeted in attack held data on 32,000 students

Jacob Preal reports:

A cyberattack on a UCLA administration server potentially breached the personal information of about 32,000 students earlier this week, UCLA officials said.

On Monday, UCLA reported an alleged May 18 cyberattack on a Summer Sessions and International Education Office server. The server contained the personal information of thousands of students, according to an Information Security Office bulletin.

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