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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Richard Opper
Montana officials said Tuesday they are notifying 1.3 million people that their personal information could have been accessed by hackers who broke into a state health department computer server.
Hackers broke into a Montana health department computer server through software in need of a security upgrade after a Chinese-language website last year identified the department's server as vulnerable, state officials said Friday.
There are 17,000 unauthorized attempts to enter the state computer system every hour on average, and it is difficult to ensure the state's computer security is a step ahead of the hackers' technology, Opper said.