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March 3, 2005

Nine Hours of Insight Into Harvard Business School's Admissions

Daniel J. T. Schuker reports in The Harvard Crimson that a hacker found a way to view letters of admission into Harvard Business School.  The catch is that these letters had not been sent out to the prospective students and were viewed about one month earlier than planned.  This information was obtainable for approximately nine hours before Harvard Business School made necessary changes to its existing technology.

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