12/10/13: The New York Times reports Computer breaches at the foreign ministries of the Czech Republic, Portugal, Bulgaria, Latvia, and Hungary have been traced to Chinese hackers. The attacks, which began in 2010, are continuing, according to a report to be released Tuesday by FireEye, a computer security company in Milpitas, Calif. Though researchers do not name the hackers’ targets in the report, The New York Times identified the foreign ministries through email addresses listed on the attackers’ web page. A person with knowledge of the investigation, who was not authorized to speak publicly, confirmed that the foreign ministries of the five countries had been breached. The FireEye report does not link the attacks to a specific group in China, but security experts say the list of victims points to a state-affiliated campaign.