Education

Brighton Secondary School Students Hack School’s Computer Systems

25 September - 2 October 2018

A small number of students from Brighton Secondary School in Adelaide, Australia, hacked the school’s computer systems last Friday using stolen staff login details.
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A small number of students from Brighton Secondary School in Adelaide, Australia, hacked the school’s computer systems last Friday using stolen staff login details. The students were able to view an unknown number of personal and family profiles because of the hack. The school staff were asked to change their passwords after the attack was detected by the school’s IT specialists. Investigations are ongoing. 

References:
[1] Students Behind A Serious IT Breach At Brighton Secondary School

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