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They are back online now, but it was a tough week for the U.S. Marshals Service. A good old fashioned computer virus infected the agencies' PCs. That forced officials to disconnect them from the Internet for a few days while the tech staff performed a clean out and upgrade. Turns out that for the Marshals, only 140 machines were affected. But the incident reinforced the basic cyber security advice: Keep your anti-virus software updated. I'm Tom Temin.
Inspector General for the National Archives and Records Administrations Paul Brachfeld says investigators and U.S. Marshals executed a sealed warrant at the home, so he cannot discuss the case.
Tags: National Archives , National Archives and Records Administration , Leslie Waffen , Nan Allendorf Waffen , Paul Brachfeld , GAO , Sandy Berger , missing documents , National Security Adviser , 9/11
Metro Transit Police are looking for a MetroAccess driver who allegedly raped a disabled passenger while transporting her in Montgomery County.