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Hackers, possibly from Asia, have stolen about a decade's worth of personal information on current and former UC-Berkeley students, the university announced Friday.
The breaches involved records dating to 1999 at the school's health center that included Social Security numbers, health insurance information, immunization history and the names of treating physicians.
No other treatment-related records were stolen, the university said, although self-reported medical histories of students who studied abroad were hacked.
The school on Friday sent e-mails and letters to 160,000 people, in