The FBI is investigating Juniper’s big, embarrassing security hole

Julie Bart reports:

Things have gone from bad to worse over a big security hack that put “unauthorized code” inside security equipment sold by Juniper Networks.

On Thursday, Juniper disclosed the problem, which affected its NetScreen firewalls. Firewalls are security devices that are supposed to help protect networks from being hacked.

Now the FBI is investigating the breach to see if it let hackers working for foreign governments spy on the US government and private companies for up to three years, CNN Reports.

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