Power plant security info leaked onto Net

Thursday, 18 May 2006, 2:24 AM EST

Security data on a thermal power plant has been leaked onto the Internet from a virus-infected personal computer, the company in charge of the plant's security said Sunday.

The information was passed onto the Internet through a file-sharing program called Share.

At the Japan Times.

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