Texas 10th grader arrested for hacking school network to change grades

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Texas high school sophomore at the Memorial High School was arrested and charged with felony for hacking into the school computer system in order to change students grades.

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 According to KHOU.com, the unnamed student used a stolen password to make adjustments to students grade on for an unknown fee on the Spring Branch Independent School District computer system.

The district said that investigations are ongoing into the case and so far only one student in the school is known to have paid for the change of grade

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 The 10th grader who was arrested on March 31 faces a state jail felony charge for breach of computer security.

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