News Burst: Hacker modules target London firms

Hacker Activated Code (HAC) modules, designed to force computers into thinking it is already the year 2000, have been reported by London based computer security firm Mi2g. The firm has found evidence of the code within the networks of at least two high-profile London companies.

Hacker Activated Code (HAC) modules, designed to force computers into thinking it is already the year 2000, have been reported by London based computer security firm Mi2g. The firm has found evidence of the code within the networks of at least two high-profile London companies.

According to Mi2g, the modules pose a threat particularly to those companies that are not yet Y2K compliant.

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