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A Department of Energy network breach earlier this year that allowed hackers to download sensitive personal information for 104,000 people was the result of a decade-old patchwork of systems, some that hadn’t installed critical security updates in years, according to a federal watchdog.

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A memo distributed by the FBI earlier this week reveals that, for the past year, Anonymous hackers have breached into the systems of several United States government agencies. According to Reuters, the list of targets includes the Department of Energy, the Army, the Department of Health and Human Services, and other agencies. The hacktivists are […]

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According to Reuters, a recent FBI memo admits that hacking collective Anonymous has been accessing multiple US government computer systems and stolen information over the past year. The alleged memo is said to have been distributed yesterday, and calls the intrusions a widespread problem that should be addressed. The Department of Energy, the US Army, […]

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