Former Purdue University Students plead guilty to hacking computers to change grades

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Two Former Purdue University Students who were not smart enough to get good grades in exams chose a wrong way to change their grades.

The students have managed to place the Hardware Keylogger in the professor's computer in order to steal his account password.  The stolen credentials were later used for accessing professor account to change their grades.

Roy C. Sun changed nine F's and one incomplete to straight A's.  Sujay Sharma changed one grade from 'D' to an 'A', The Journal & Courier reports

Sun and Sharma are scheduled to be sentenced at the end of February.

One more student, Mitsutoshi Shirasaki, who is suspected of changing 24 grades between May 2010 and Dec. 2012 is still wanted and said to be in Japan.
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