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State Department's computers are wide open to another Edward Snowden, IG finds

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State Department computers are vulnerable to being hacked, yet officials there have made little progress in fixing the problems first identified three years ago. "Significant deficiencies" were identified in 2011 by the department inspector general. However, there have been no fixes, "thereby leading to continuing undue risk," according to the IG in a recent report. "Because these recurring...

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