18 Jun '11, 1am

Hackers attacked the Nparks website on Sunday and stole some data belonging to users, police report made

Hackers attacked the website of the National Parks Board (NParks) on Sunday and stole some data belonging to users. -- ST PHOTO: ALAN LIM HACKERS attacked the website of the National Parks Board (NParks) on Sunday and stole some data belonging to users. When contacted by The Straits Times, the government agency yesterday confirmed the 'intrusion' and said it had made a police report. Read the full story in Saturday's edition of The Straits Times. [email protected] Pentagon expands effort to boost cyber security, World

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todayonline.com 25 Jun '11, 2am

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straitstimes.com 14 Jun '11, 1am

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