Sunday, November 1, 2015

The computer belonging to an accountant appointed by the Vatican to clean up the Catholic church's books has been hacked, Italian media reported Saturday. Libero Milone, whom Pope Francis named the Vatican's first auditor general in June, has alerted the police to an alleged cyberattack, Turin daily La Stampa said. Vatican police opened an investigation into the matter and suspicions have been raised that it might be an inside job, according to the newspaper.

The computer belonging to an accountant appointed by the Vatican to clean up the Catholic church's books has been hacked, Italian media reported Saturday. Libero Milone, whom Pope Francis named the Vatican's first auditor general in June, has alerted the police to an alleged cyberattack, Turin daily La Stampa said. Vatican police opened an investigation into the matter and suspicions have been raised that it might be an inside job, according to the newspaper.:

Jesus Christ was an inside job.

So why not hacking being inside, too..

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