Gunkerty Jeb writes: The university is notifying past and present students, faculty, staff, and student applicants as well as certain contractors and consultants affiliated with the University of the breach, which was discovered when staff noticed suspicious activity on a server belonging to the office of the university's CIO in late October, according to Jim Lynch, Director of Media Relations at Ohio State University. Lynch went on to say that the attack may have been going on for a few months by the time they discovered the suspicious activity in the server.
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