Hackers Steal and Publish Data Stolen From U.N. Nuclear Watchdog

As long as they aren't hacking actual nuclear bombs, we're still okay.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported a striking security breach Tuesday, admitting that hackers had stolen information from one of its servers and published it online.

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According to Reuters, a group with “an Iranian-sounding name” published the information and requested a probe into Israel’s nuclear program.  The IAEA is already wary of Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

Reuters reports the theft may not have compromised much in the way of confidential data:
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Hackers Steal and Publish Data Stolen From U.N. Nuclear Watchdog