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Old 20th January 2012, 08:43   #1
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Default Man Steals NY Federal Reserve Bank Source Code

There are several crimes happening here. Crime number one: Contract employee steals source code. Crime number two: The NY Federal Reserve Bank computers have open USB ports that allow this kind of thing to happen. They probably have high speed internet with AOL and the entire line of Zynga games installed too. Zhang allegedly admitted that in July 2011 he checked out and copied the code onto an external hard drive and on to his own computers, according to the complaint unsealed today. He said he used the code in connection with a computer programming training company he operated, the complaint said.

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