(NYDAILYNEWS) — Give them an A for effort — and handcuffs for breaking the law.
Three Long Island teens were arrested Tuesday for committing a Ferris Bueller-style hack into their high school’s computer system, where they pumped up their grades and altered the schedules for 300 students, officials said.
Daniel Soares, 17, of Commack, is accused of slipping into Commack High School after hours and connecting a device known as a key log to the keyboard of a classroom computer on May 26. He did it again in June, authorities said.
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