Sunday, September 9, 2012

Hackers have not got hold tax returns Romney's

In PWC found no evidence of cyber attacks and data theft U.S. presidential candidate.

The company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) denies hacking hacking and theft of tax returns U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney's. As a result of an internal investigation no evidence of cracking was found. It is reported by Computerworld.

"At the moment there is no evidence that our systems have been compromised, or that someone managed to get unauthorized access to documents Romney," - said the representative of PWC Maggie O'Donovan-Bolton .

Recall that unknown hackers have stolen tax returns of U.S. presidential candidate on September 2 this year. Stolen information was sent to major news publications and PWC encrypted. For the destruction of the key to decrypt the files attackers demanded $ 1 million in bitkoynah. To pay $ 1 million hackers can any interested party in the publication of the data.

Representatives Romney himself presidential candidate has not provided any comments.

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