UH computer breach may have compromised 53,000 people

More than 53,000 people, who did business with the University of Hawaii at Manoa parking office’s data base from 1998-2009, are being notified by mail that they may be affected by a computer security breach.

The FBI and Honolulu Police Department are investigating the breach that was discovered on June 15 during a routine audit. University officials say the unauthorized access to a computer server used by the Manoa parking office occurred on May 30.

Affected are 53,000 records, which included 41,000 Social Security numbers and 200 credit card numbers.

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