Hackers access personal info on faculty members at Univ. of Virginia

Tuesday, 12 June 2007, 12:00 AM EST

About 6,000 current and former University of Virginia (UVa) faculty members are being notified that their names, Social Security numbers and birth dates may have been stolen by computer hackers between May 2005 and April 19 of this year.

In an announcement on Friday, the Charlottesville-based college said the security breach was discovered in an unidentified computer program.

At Computerworld.

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