It looks like the federal government's cybersecurity nightmare isn't ending anytime soon. There's new evidence that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has been hit by the same hackers that attacked the Office of Personnel Management and accessed sensitive information belonging to millions of employees. The NARA is the nation's record keeper. Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, NARA keeps the ones important for legal or historical reasons forever.
Luckily, NARA fared better than the OPM. The administration's intrusion-prevention system actually detected the compromise on three computers, and it doesn't appear that the intruders gained administrative access.
NARA "systems" and "applications" were not compromised, National Archives spokeswoman Laura Diachenko emphasized to Nextgov, “but we detected IOCs," indicators of compromise, "on three workstations, which were cleaned and re-imaged," or reinstalled.