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City College of SF urges caution on computers
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There is another big warning as San Francisco City College students and employees return to campus today.
Officials are urging them to do three things - change their computer passwords, avoid using school computers for banking or buying things and check home computers for viruses.
This is all in the wake of last week's discovery that hackers overseas had been tapping into City College servers for over a decade. College officials are urging people who think their personal information may be have stolen to contact campus police.
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