By Brian Bethel
March 26, 2009
An Abilene Christian University computer server was hacked near the end
of February, but university officials do not at this point believe any
personal information was distributed.
An e-mail dated one week ago from the college's information technology
branch states that the school experienced a security breach in a
database containing myACU usernames and passwords tied to the school's
internal e-mail system.
"While there is no evidence any of your personal information has been
misused, we are sending this e-mail as a precautionary measure,"
according to the communication, which was addressed to the "ACU
Kevin Roberts, associate vice president of operations with the
university, said steps have been taken to plug the security hole and
that the school knew the identity of the individual responsible for the
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