Hackers recently accessed staff user names, domain information, and hashed passwords at the National University of Singapore.
"The institution is Singapore’s 'flagship university' and has more than 36,000 students from 100 countries, 16 campuses and thousands of staff," writes SC Magazine's Darren Pauli.
"A hacker from an online group calling themselves Team Intra used a SQL vulnerability to grab a database containing the information," Pauli writes.
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