Calif. students hack into school computers, change records

04/19/2012 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

In California, about 50 high-school students are expected to be suspended or expelled for hacking into school computers and changing attendance records. Officials discovered problems with students' records in December and learned that, beginning in October, students had used school passwords to change the records. Officials said they identified the student hackers using the computer IP addresses used to change the records.

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