Western Connecticut State U. system vulnerability may have exposed personal info of 235,000 people
- Students, families and others with university associations have been notified by Western Connecticut State University that a computer system vulnerability may have allowed someone unauthorized access to their personal information, though officials say they have found no evidence that suggests the information was exposed.
- The vulnerability, which has been corrected, was in place from April 2009 to September 2012 and potentially affected 235,000 people whose records were collected during the past 13 years.
- The university is offering two years of free identity theft protection to anyone who may have been affected.
From the article:
Western Connecticut State University is notifying students, their families and others that their personal information may have been exposed to unauthorized access by a computer system vulnerability that has since been corrected. ...
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