Narrow your search
The hacktivist group says it obtained the records via SQL injection at government sites.
Group calling itself GhostShell says it posted thousands of usernames, passwords, and phone numbers of students and faculty to call attention to the state of education.
The company hasn't said exactly what kind of issues it's seeing, and there has been no disruption or denial-of-service attacks.
Confidential information of nearly 300,000 students, faculty, and employees is accessed in hack, education officials warn.
Team GhostShell says it published one million records, allegedly from banks, government agencies, consulting firms and others -- and claims there's more to come.
Apple and Google CEOs talk detente, while hackers promise to deliver "hellfire." Also: CNET goes inside Huawei.