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A server connected to Healthcare.gov had botnet malware on it, but the malicious code was never used and no personal information was compromised.
The attackers are likely using a large list of credentials compiled by a Russian gang, Namecheap said
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The hackers collected data on a massive scale, 'so it affects absolutely everybody,' security firm says.
The company doesn't believe attackers exploited the flaws
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