It's just a suggestion, but if you're going to hack into your school's computer and change your grades to straight A's, it's probably a good idea not to changes all 19,000 students in the district into straight A students as well. It might, for instance, tip off school administrators that something was wrong, and that perhaps (just maybe) someone had, you know, tampered with the system. Meanwhile, you have to wonder about the student's "hacker cred." Points in favor: he got into the school system and could change grades. Points against: He didn't realize that he was changing everyone's grades.
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