Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), one of my favorite movies, has a scene where Ferris hacks into the school computer and changes the numbers of days absent in his file. Although this concept is more than 20 years old, it’s still making news today. I am unsure if the kids are getting smarter, and waging more attacks at the school’s systems. Or is the administration is getting wiser, by finding out that the attacks are being done. The University of Spoiled Children (USC) had a security breach lately and alarmed 270,000 people that their information may have been seen. A similar event has taken place at Stanford, Harvard, MIT, University of Texas, and California State University, Chico. Schools better beware because I don’t see it getting easier for them in the near future.