Some of these High School students are just way too smart for their school district. A Concord High School student hacked into the Mt. Diablo School District to change his grades along with some of his friends.
It all went down at Ygnacio Valley High School in Concord. There were up to 10-15 students grades that were changed. Apparently a lot of students were surprised that he got caught. It is a very big problem within Cyber Hacking. I'm actually shocked that this could happen!
TSR STAFF: Tanya P.! @tanyaxpayne _________________________________ These kids born in the 2000’s are something else! A student by the name of #DavidRotaro is now facing 14 felonies after hacking his school’s district computer system to change his grades and hooked it up for at least 10 other students! __________________________________ According to KGO-TV, David admitted he used a teacher’s “phishing email” to gain access to the system. But catch this tea, during a thorough search he was caught by a police dog who found a memory card with evidence of the hack hidden inside of a tissue box. ________________________________ The only comment David gave about the incident was “It was like stealing candy from a baby.” He also mentioned—read more at theshaderoom.com (📸: @gettyimages)
Northern California teen arrested for hacking into school computer system and changing grades for students https://t.co/Jt5Lr3EWKl— Intl. Business Times (@IBTimes) May 15, 2018
After targeting teachers with a phishing scam, a 16-year-old student at Ygnacio Valley High School was arrested by police. The young man hacked into the computer system of Mount Diablo Unified School District and changed not only his grades but those of other students as well.— The Verticals (@Vertuora) May 15, 2018