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Chinese Hackers Pull White House Fast One

A recent cyberattack against the U.K. looked like it came directly from the White House. If the Brits weren't mad enough about the return of the Winston Churchill statue, a Presidential cyberattack would leave them seriously chuffed.

Fortunately, this administration is in the clear. It seems that Chinese hooligans spoofed white house addresses and sent virus-laden e-mails to U.K. government officials.

Posted by Doug Barney on 02/11/2011 at 1:18 PM


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