HKUST student arrested for allegedly hacking account to get exam questions
A university student in Hong Kong has been arrested for accessing a computer with dishonest intent after allegedly hacking into a professor's email account to get another professor to send him exam questions, the Post understands. According to police, they received a report last Thursday that a 41-year-old University of Science and Technology faculty member, surnamed Lau, suspected his email account had been hacked.
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