BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The University of Maryland, Baltimore is dealing with a ransomware attack.

The school says it happened in late December, but it just discovered the breach this week.

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Hackers accessed a system that’s used by students, faculty and staff, and they were able to access some personal information.

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The University has reached out to anyone impacted by this.

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UMB says it has reported the breach to both state and federal authorities.

CBS Baltimore Staff