NORTHRIDGE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Officials at Cal State Northridge confirm the school was targeted in an attempted cyberattack.
They say a hacker tried placing ransomware on third-party software used by the university - and ended up grabbing some customer data.
CSUN officials say the third-party company paid the hacker to delete the stolen data, but the university can't confirm the data was released.
Students were alerted to track their accounts and credit records.
Data stolen in cyberattack targeting Cal State Northridge
Officials at Cal State Northridge confirm some data was stolen in a recent cyberattack.
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