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University of Colorado students and employees were warned of possible fraud and identity theft after hackers hit two of the school`s computer servers.
One of the servers was used by the Wardenburg Health Center and contained personal information for 42,000 students, faculty and staff members as well as for a small number of visitors, according to the university. It also contained some medical information.
The other server was used by the Visual Resource Center of the College of Architecture and Planning. It held names and Social Security numbers of 900 students and faculty members.
There were no financial records on either, the Boulder Daily Camera said.
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