Iowa wrestling student charged with hacking grades, stealing exams

A former wrestling student at the University of Iowa is facing a possible 20 years in prison after accusations that he used keylogging hardware to steal login credentials that were used to change students grades and steal exams ahead of time. Trevor Graves, 22, was indicted on charges of intentionally accessing a computer without authorization and knowling transmitting a program that could damage a computer without authorization.

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