Students' files hacked at career center
The Career Development Center, or CDC, notified students yesterday that its computer system was “improperly accessed from outside of the Stanford network” on May 11. Information available on the Web site was limited to files that generally include names, resumes, letters of recommendation and Social Security numbers.
It is still unknown who hacked into the site, which included information from 1996 to the present.
At The Stanford Daily.
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