Hack Uni. + Alter grades = 20years prison and £120k

Crime does not pay… you do!

In the case of two California men, John Escalera, 29, and Gustavo Razo, 28, who hacked a California state University database and altered their University grades for their personal benefit. If convicted they will get 20 years in prison and $250,000 (~£120,000) in fines. Charges include unauthorized computer access, identity theft, conspiracy, and wire fraud.

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