A hacker recently broke into the University of Florida's computer system, jeopardizing the personal information of nearly 100,000 people, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Linda Foley, founder of the Identity Theft Resource Center in San Diego, said it could well be a student who slipped into the Gainesville school's computer system, which contained personal information, including Social Security numbers, for about 97,200 students, faculty, and staff members who used the system between 1996 and 2009. The school immediately shut down the system when it discovered the cyber break-in last month and shifted all services to a more secure system, officials...

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