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Cheap, easily accessible device used to hack KU computer raises questions of how university combats future hacks

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Students work within a computer lab at the School of Engineering on the campus of the University of Kansas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

While news of the Equifax hack still looms large on the national scene, University of Kansas faculty earlier this month raised concerns about a cybersecurity breach much closer to home.

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