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“From the half of the conversation Reacher could hear it seemed like the best way to proceed was to hack into FedEx’s computer.”
“It said China-based cyber-spies had struck the internet giant and at least 20 other unidentified companies in an apparent attempt to hack into the email accounts of activists around the world.”
“Because of that, their cryptography is nonexistent, and Bart Faulwell and Fabian Stevens were able to hack into the systems of the Senbolma, a ship that was free of Ganitriul’s influence Fatal Error.”
“Faulwell was able to hack into the computer systems of the Senbolma when the ship attacked the da Vinci, since the Eerlik have very primitive computer security Fatal Error.”
“Days later, Brooks was drafting a memo to staff – her second in a week – expressing her horror at the revelation late on Monday afternoon that journalists at the News of the World had ordered a private investigator to hack into the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's mobile phone when Brooks was editor of the paper.”
“At lunchtime on Tuesday, Brooks emailed employees to say she was "sickened" by the "devastating" claims about Dowler, adding that it was "inconceivable" that she knew the investigator, Glenn Mulcaire, had been asked by journalists at the title to hack into Milly's messages – still less that she had sanctioned their actions.”
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