(AP) — On an October morning in 2012, the system administrator of a tiny Vermont defense contractor arrived at work to find the business' computers had been hacked and a sophisticated software program stolen.Prosecutors later concluded the thieves were a group of Iranians who sold the software to organizations within the Iranian government.The hack, revealed in an indictment unsealed last week, shows that mercenary hackers who sell stolen data to friendly governments are a growing threat to defense contractors, experts say.The South Burlington company, Arrow Tech Associates, makes software used to monitor projectiles in flight.[...] hacks are a growing threat for defense contractors, said Phil Sussman, the president of Norwich University Applied Research Institutes, which works on cyber security issues at the private Vermont military college.
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