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Late Night Open Thread: Can We Blame Astrid Farnsworth?

Thirteen times, sheeple! (Reuters) – NASA said hackers broke into its computer systems 13 times last year, stealing employee credentials and gaining access to mission-critical projects in breaches that could compromise U.S. national security… He said they gained full system access, which allowed them to modify, copy, or delete sensitive files, create user accounts for [...]
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