The hacker who broke into the U.S. government’s network last month has not been identified or charged, but the breach has exposed a vulnerability in the way government networks work.
We’ll update this article as new information becomes available.
The hack has exposed the vulnerability that was first discovered in the private sector.
The government uses private servers to keep the Internet secure.
But the vulnerabilities have been widely used by cyber criminals.
They used those private servers for a variety of purposes, including to host malware, gather intelligence and spread propaganda.
One of those vulnerabilities was discovered by a team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh.
They have been using it for more than a year to gather intelligence about the cyber threats facing the government, the New York Times reported on Friday.
The hackers gained access to the private network through a vulnerability found in a Microsoft Windows operating system called Windows Server 2003.
That vulnerability allowed them to take over servers by using a known and previously unknown attack vector, which allowed them and their cybercriminals to gain control of servers and take control of government networks.
The attack vector also allowed the hackers to download malicious software from outside the government’s control.
That attack vector has been used to target other government systems, including the Office of Personnel Management.
The group also used the vulnerability to take control over the White House’s social media accounts and the White Houses Office of Science and Technology Policy, according to the Times.