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Monday, 1 October 2012

Monday, October 1, 2012
Hackers breached an unclassified computer network used by the White House, but did not appear to have stolen any data, a White House official said Monday.

The hackers breached the network by using a technique known as spear phishing, in which they target victims who have access to sensitive computer networks by sending personalized emails that appear to come from trusted sources. Once the victims click on the bogus attachment or link, the hackers can install malicious software on the PCs to spy on users and steal data.
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