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Cyber terror threatens UK's biggest companies
3 April 2001

'Cyber-terrorists have hacked into a third of the country's big companies and public sector organisations, including government offices, causing damage ranging from infiltrating corporate bank accounts to information theft, a survey reveals today.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:36 PM Tue 3 Apr 2001 Categories: Cybercrime , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian