On August 12, 2013, the College of Extended Learning at San Francisco State University, began notifying an undisclosed number of students of a server breach that occurred on March 25, 2013 at 3am, eSecurity Planet reports. The college had been alerted to the breach by federal law enforcement on June 11, 2013. "The incident involved the unauthorized use of the server by a group not associated with SF State," college dean Jose L. Galvan wrote in the notification letter [PDF]. "Although we have no evidence of compromise of the databases also located on this server, federal law enforcement indicated more...

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