Groningen University computers hacked

Hackers have broken into over 150 computers at Groningen University, a spokesman confirmed on Wednesday. The hackers have placed software on the computers which registers keyboard movements, allowing them, for example, to discover credit card numbers. The university has now upped security and says it suspects the hacking was an inside job.

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