Chaminade University Exposed Student SSNs

Human error is to blame for the accidental exposure last week of
more than 4,500 Chaminade University student’s Social Security numbers
on the private Catholic college’s official Web site. University officials discovered the snafu Wednesday and quickly removed the obscure but accessible links from the Web site. The students’ Social Security numbers were exposed for about
eight months, according to a statement released by the Honolulu-based
university. Read the full article. [internetnews.com]

Human error is to blame for the accidental exposure last week of
more than 4,500 Chaminade University student’s Social Security numbers
on the private Catholic college’s official Web site. University officials discovered the snafu Wednesday and quickly removed the obscure but accessible links from the Web site. The students’ Social Security numbers were exposed for about
eight months, according to a statement released by the Honolulu-based
university. Read the full article. [internetnews.com]

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