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Congressional Softball Hacked
Posted at 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 1, 2012
Hackers are such a bunch of stinkers, always sticking their key strokes where they don’t belong.
In the past, nasty hackers has taken on the governments, big banks and the major email providers. Now they are taking their grumpiness out on Congress … or at least the House Softball League.
In a Wednesday email, the league’s commissioners informed coaches and players.
“Last night, the House website was hacked. Right now we are trying our best to recover all the information that we can,” they wrote. “Please be patient as we work through this as the damage was extensive and may take several days to recover.”
Eep! We would insert the appropriate sports cliche here, but we don’t know one that fits. Stay tuned to this developing story.
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