And if it ain't that, it's hacked-off students firing out DDoSes
British university admin folk are alarmingly easy to phish, according to an academic support body which claims a 100 per cent success rate "within two hours".
Jisc, the artists formerly known as the Joint Information Systems Committee, claimed to have secured a "100 per cent track record" when securing illicit access to "high value data".
Published today in a short report (PDF, 6 pages) titled "How safe is your data?
Cyber-security in higher education", Jisc's security operations centre chief, Dr John Chapman, reckoned that his people succeeded every single time they spearphished a higher education institution.
He wrote: "Alarmingly, when using spear phishing as part of its penetration testing service, Jisc has a 100 per cent track record of gaining access to a higher education institution's high value data within two hours."