Cornell University Breach Exposes Data To Public For Five Days

Posted November 2, 2012 by TeamSHATTER Admin in Data Breach, Database Security, Education with 0 comments

The personal information of up to 2,000 people was exposed to the public for five days on a computer in Cornell’s athletics department, a University administrator confirmed Thursday.

Donald Sevey, director of information systems, said that the University discovered that a file server containing “confidential data” about thousands of people was accessible by the public for a period of time. He said that he does not know if anyone maliciously used the data while it was exposed.

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