Because most high-tech criminals aren't as accommodating as one recent university hacker, Georgia's 35 public colleges and universities and network of public libraries are implementing new policies designed to tighten the security of their computers, reports the Augusta Chronicle. Last week, University of Georgia officials began investigating the case of a hacker who contacted the school to report a security vulnerability. The hacker accessed only dummy computer pages and reported a vulnerability the school had already discovered, according to UGA spokesman Tom Jackson. Even though the hacker might have professed pure intentions, snooping around someone else's computer is against the...

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