Joseph Camp and Daniel Fowler indicted for computer hacking at University of Central Missouri

Investigators traced a computer hacking scheme to two University of Central Missouri students and raided the dorm room where the plot was hatched only to find a Post-It note stuck to a lone computer monitor that read “too late!” with a smiley

face on it.”

Poking the feds probably wasn’t the smartest move by Joseph A. Camp and Daniel J. Fowler. A federal grand jury indicted the former Central Missouri students for an alleged computer hacking scheme in which they gained unauthorized access to the UCM computer network where they downloaded databases with thousands of faculty, staff, alumni and student information that they later tried to sell.

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