FBI investigating IMF computer hack, Pentagon says

By REUTERS
June 12, 2011 05:07

 
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WASHINGTON - The FBI has joined an investigation of a cyber attack on the International Monetary Fund's computer systems, a US Defense Department spokeswoman said on Saturday night.

"The FBI is working this with IMF," the spokeswoman, Lieutenant Colonel April Cunningham of the Air Force, said in an emailed reply to Reuters, referring to an "active" probe. The FBI, the US government's main criminal investigative agency, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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