Knoxville (WVLT) - A new report claims thousands of Tennessee K-12 students could be at risk for identity theft.
The Internet site SSN-BREACH.ORG says on August 28Th, about 17,000 K-12 student's personal information became available on the Internet.
This included student's full names, social security numbers, and school test scores.
The files were accidentally placed on-line during a temporary method to transfer files between computers.
The F.B.I. was notified and officials say the final set of files were erased Tuesday.
To see if you were included in the file breaching you can click here.
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