Over 500,000 students and staff have had their information compromised by hackers, reports coming from San Diego say. The San Diego Unified School District announced Friday afternoon that their records may have been compromised by an attack and information dating back for the past ten years could now be in the hands of a malicious actor. The school system stated that the unauthorized access happened ten months ago and was achieved through a simple phishing campaign. Information such as first and last name, physical address, date of birth, phone number, parent contact information, enrollment information, emergency contacts, staff benefits and payroll information, along with the social security numbers of the students have all been compromised in this attack. This information could prove to be detrimental to students and staff alike, but unfortunately it has already been stolen.