About 400,00 Michigan State University records were accessed by hackers in a recent attack.

According to MLive, records included "names and social security numbers of current and former students and employees" but didn't include "passwords, financial, academic or health information." University police have teamed up with federal law enforcement  to find out the cause behind the breach.

In addition to the investigation, the university will be offering free credit monitoring for anyone who may have been affected by the breach. Any staff, faculty, or students who worked at the university from 1970 to November 13th (when the breach occurred) could be affected, as well as students from 1991 to 2016. Read more HERE.

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