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hackers broke into u. s. government computers accessing the personal data of up to four million current and former federal employees officials said thursday the office of personnel management suffering what appears to be one of the largest breaches of u. s. government worker information ever a law enforcement source telling reuters quote a foreign entity or government was believed to be behind the cyber attack source close to the matter said they were looking into a possible connection to china a chinese foreign ministry spokesman said such accusations were irresponsible opium is previously been the victim of a cyber attack as of computers that systems of the state department u. s. postal service and the white house , the u. s. government has long raised concerns over chinese cyber espionage and he's pressed beijing to curb the problem