Hackers linked to China stole Los Alamos documents

    Date03 Aug 2000
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    4283
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Hackers suspected of working for a Chinese government institute in Beijing broke into a computer system at Los Alamos National Laboratory and pilfered large amounts of sensitive information, including documents containing the word "nuclear," The Washington Times has learned. Hackers suspected of working for a Chinese government institute in Beijing broke into a computer system at Los Alamos National Laboratory and pilfered large amounts of sensitive information, including documents containing the word "nuclear," The Washington Times has learned.
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