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U.S. code-cracking agency works as if compromised

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December 17, 2010
FedCyber Wire
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“The U.S. government’s main code-making and code-cracking agency now works on the assumption that foes may have pierced even the most sensitive national security computer networks under its guard.

‘There’s no such thing as ‘secure’ any more,’ Debora Plunkett of the National Security Agency said on Thursday amid U.S. anger and embarrassment over disclosure of sensitive diplomatic cables by the web site WikiLeaks.

‘The most sophisticated adversaries are going to go unnoticed on our networks,’ she said.”

(Source: U.S. code-cracking agency works as if compromised | Reuters)