Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
A TEEN who tried to bump up his grades to an A by hacking into his school’s computer system, accidentally revealed his cunning plan to officials.
It seemed like a good idea; break into the school’s network and change your grade to an A. However, due to a feature in the school’s record keeping software, he actually managed to turn everyone else’s grade into an A.
Then it turned out that by a strange quirk in the districts record keeping software that he managed to also make every kid in the District a certified genius.
Staff at the Natomas Unified School District smelt a rat when they found that they were suddenly teaching 18,697 top scholars, instead of the usual bunch of no-hopers.