Two Charged with Hacking University System to Alter Grades

Two California men are facing 20 years in prison on charges they hacked into a California state university's PeopleSoft system to change their grades. In an October 25 grand jury indictment, John Escalera, 29, and Gustavo Razo, 28, were charged with using Escalera's position within California State University, Fresno's IT help desk center to gain access to the university's grades database.

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