The FBI is investigating what it is calling an online computer intrusion that siphoned several hundred thousands of dollars from at least one Chicago area school district's bank accounts, prompting the school district to beef up its IT network security.

FBI spokesman Ross Rice, who is with the Chicago office, said there had been no arrests or indictments as of press time and that the incident was still under investigation.

Rice said officials believe that some computers at the Crystal Lake, Ill., School District were infected with the Clampi virus. Clampi, which has been associated with a number of banking thefts throughout...

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