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Police deny China hacking rumor

The National Police Administration (NPA) yesterday denied reports that its computer system had been attacked by Chinese hackers and classified information stolen. “Access to our classified information requires several usernames and passwords. It has not been hacked or stolen by anybody,” said Yang Chi-lin (·¨ÄQÅï), director of the NPA’s Information Technology Department. Yang said that all the classified information was stored in a closed computer network that could not be accessed through the Internet. The classified information held on the NPA’s computers includes documents and records such as vehicle registration information, information on vehicle owners and criminal records, Yang said. The only way to access the system and steal information is to do so from a terminal inside the NPA. Full Story

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