A 21-year-old man pleaded guilty this week to infecting computers with malware at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, prosecutors said
. Daniel Fowler of Kansas City, Mo. admitted to, beginning in 2009, taking remote control of the compromised computers -- with the help of a co-conspirator -- in order to download personal data on students, alumni, faculty and staff; transfer money into their personal student accounts and attempt to change their grades. In one case, they used a thumb drive to install the keylogging trojan on a university administrator's computer Fowler faces up to 15 years in prison. His co-conspirator, Joseph Camp, 27, of New York state, who was caught after he tried t sell some of the stolen data for $35,000, is scheduled for trial in the fall, according to reports.