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Today in hackings originating from China: The New York Times. The hacking incident began after The Times started working on this story about Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s fortune. Every Times employee had their corporate password stolen, and 53 employees had their personal computers infiltrated, mostly outside of the office. So yeah, kind of a big story.

Today in hackings originating from China: The New York Times. The hacking incident began after The Times started working on this story about Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s fortune. Every Times employee had their corporate password stolen, and 53 employees had their personal computers infiltrated, mostly outside of the office. So yeah, kind of a big story.

January 30, 2013 // 21:35 // 1 year ago
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    woah
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    Seriously? Be careful who you write about. They might just hack into your computer and steal everything you have. Does...
  6. saerahong reblogged this from onaissues and added:
    Don’t go mouse happy and click random links folks!
  7. lnr reblogged this from shortformblog and added:
    is insane. I love that the NYT just sat back...hackers were after. If they’re in there,...
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    Update: Wall Street Journal is reporting that they have been also been targeted by
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    screenshot!
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    Moral: don’t use your personal password as your work password, kids. Seriously, don’t.
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