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u. s. officials on friday scrambling to grasp the damage after hackers made off with the personal data of some four million federal workers sources tell reuters data stolen by suspected chinese hackers include security details and background checks on current and former staff dating back three decades the information from the government's office of personnel management included social security numbers and even bank information , potentially arming the hackers to test the defenses of critical weapon system , warren struggle is following the story for writers to get this vast database of information on americans , with all this personal information and then you can use that to try and persuade them to crack passwords and get into systems government sources said the hackers were believed to be based in china with signs pointing to the government what we're told is the techniques that were used in this latest hack against the federal government , distantly cyber espionage not criminal activity and were further told at that heavily indicates state sponsored , cyber attacks not some random criminal real government the massive breach its servers holding information from across many agencies meaning staff data from the white house to homeland security could have been stolen