Grade-changing scheme lands U. Oklahoma student computer fraud charges
- University of Oklahoma student Roja Osman Hamad is charged with five counts of computer fraud for breaking into the school's computer system to change his grades.
- A former student employee in the university's IT department, the 24-year-old allegedly used his access to the campus's computer system to change six faculty members' passwords before using the new passwords to change his grades.
- The case is the first incident of a student being accused of improperly changing their grades at the university since 1996.
From the article:
... Hamad, a former student employee in OU's information technology department, was charged May 16 in Cleveland County District Court. Hamad didn't respond to calls and emails seeking comment for this story. ...
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