Internet security experts say they probably would have given the accused Harvard bomb hoaxer an "F" when it comes to hiding his identity. Twenty-year-old Harvard student Eldo Kim was charged Tuesday with sending out a fake bomb threat, all so that he could get out of taking a final exam, according to an FBI affidavit. To disguise who he was, Kim allegedly used Tor, the software network that bounces signals around thousands of relays around the world with the aim of making a user's identity and location extremely difficult to pinpoint. In theory, it makes the computer user anonymous.
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Have you heard about Adam Wheeler, the year-old Delaware man who faked his way into Harvard? His hoax led to his arrest and this week he was arraigned on more than 20 charges, including identity fraud, forgery, larceny and pretending to hold a degree. If convicted, he faces up to 50 years in prison. He falsified transcripts, forged recommendations and faked perfect SAT scores in order to get into the Ivy League institution, where his lies also won him scholarships and grants. Harvard, for its part, is remaining mum about how it fell for all this.
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