WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Sergeant at Arms
Office confirmed Monday that the Senate's website had been
hacked this past weekend and that it has ordered a review of
all Senate computer sites.
"Although this intrusion is inconvenient, it does not
compromise the security of the Senate's network, its members or
staff," a Sergeant at Arms Office official said. "Specifically,
there is no individual user account information on the server
supporting senate.gov that could have been compromised."
(Reporting by Thomas Ferraro; editing by Will Dunham)
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