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CNBC relayed a Reuters news article which claims that techniques reminiscent of Chinese hackers are being used to invade Google. The example displayed on the CNBC site Is nearly an exact duplicate of the notice O&G has encountered and the other members of Duff's posting members have reported.
The main story is here on the CNBC site -
The example accompanying the CNBC article is this -
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The relevance of Google and Duffminster Times is that the basic host program of our site is a Google service. This was revealed back during the first days of the Times when an attempt was made to study the system to determine if there would be any advantage in trying to decipher the language. But, things were a lot busier then and the search was dropped. Five years later, the effects of ageing may have moved such a project beyond me.
But, if the read is correct, the target is not Duffminster Times or its participants, but the parent of the system hosting Duffminster Times.
Just happened to find it difficult to sleep, followed my curiosity and wandered in to take a look at the rest of the world. It was pure accident to discover this story. By daylight things may become a bit more garbled depending on how determined the hackers are. A lot of innocent people are likely plagued by the shenanigans.