State websites' security shaky?

Thursday, 21 April 2005, 11:57 AM EST

Reacting to revelations that the state motor vehicle website is vulnerable to attackers, legislators worried Wednesday that more government online sites might be vulnerable to penetration, and their fears were not allayed by the state official who uncovered the weakness.

Sen. Thomas Neuville, R-Northfield, asked Legislative Auditor James Nobles if he could offer assurances that the problems with the Department of Public Safety's motor vehicle website are unique among state agencies.

By Pat Doyle at the Star Tribune.

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