|Re: High School Student Charged in Computer Hacking Scheme|
20 Dec 2006 08:05:32 -0800
Korey Smith wrote:|
> The same would be true for the corporate world and a school should be
The system had passwords so the IT department had done its job.
From the original article, it appears someone left their password
Some organizations change their passwords regularly. This makes it
As an aside, speaking of passwords and schools ...
Back in junior high we had two lockers, a hall locker and a gym
I understand schools have done away with showers after gym these days
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