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Pentagon Computers Tougher For Hackers
The problem is not that hackers and virus-makers are getting better, but that relatively low-level systems administrators are failing to stop known gaps in their systems, said Lt. Gen. Robert Noonan, deputy chief of staff for intelligence, at a conference of electronic warfare professionals held here.
"That's staggering," he said. "The major problem is that our people don't comply ... we put out patches, and systems administrators don't do what they should do."
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