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nnnnn if you work in washington and had an affair or smoked a joint you might be exposed the associated press is reporting on a new hack attack on the u. s. office of personnel management investigators are looking for a link to china this time they have targeting the records of millions of security clearance holders that mean c. i. a. operatives and they say spooks and military special ops , the report says authorities believe hackers accessed a key form also lifting contacts and relatives and details of co habitants that include their social security numbers , the bridge follows on the heels of one of the biggest known attacks on u. s. federal networks last month the white house saying the records of up to four million workers have been stolen other sources put the number much higher up to fourteen million people china denies it had anything to do with the attack analysts say chinese hackers are building massive databases that could be used for traditional espionage like recruiting spies or unmasking covert operatives in the field