Keeping up with the hackers (chart)

    Date17 Jun 2011
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The number of hacking events of late is making our heads spin at CNET. By our count, there's been more than 40 computer attacks, network intrusions, or data breaches in the last few months. And they seem to be a daily occurrence. In previous coverage we've noted that it seems to be open hacking season, written about some of the hackers and groups who are behind the attacks and speculated on their motives, so we thought we'd provide a chronological chart listing the attacks so we could all keep up on them. We plan to update the chart as time goes on. So please let us know if there are any additions or changes that should be made.
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