Two students of Southern California were arrested for hacking into their school’s computer network to change grades.
According to school’s principal “more than 120 grades of San Dimas High School student grades were changed”
Few students were worried of their grades because they were change for the worse.
“I’m worried about my child’s grades, because he had good grades and I hope it stays that way,” Aron Gunstream said.
After a complaint was made by school administrators on Thursday morning, Fraus and Cyber Crimes Bureau detectives from the LASD started an investigation at the school who had gained unauthorized access to information of school website.
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