Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by toomuchtime_, Jan 30, 2012.
Israel among top 3 countries most immune to ... JPost - Headlines
Darwin in action. You get attacked that badly on that regular a basis, you learn a few lessons here and there. I was just reading an article that the guys in charge of information security here in the US had their web page hacked and all the data stolen because they had such lame SQL security. and easily cracked passwords. which they used on all systems. srsly.
Givin' `em a taste of their own medicine...
Peek at rules of engagement in cyber battle
March 28th, 2012 - General Keith Alexander, who serves as both Director of the National Security Agency as well as Commander of Cyber Command had some interesting things to say before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. One of which offered insight into how the rules of engagement might look in the high-tech, but legislatively murky, cyber battlespace:
yeah and y2k is going to end the world. Once someone can lauch a nuclear warhead by hacking a computer then I might be worried. so far it only has caused slight problems with interruption of service and information.
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Thanks to the internet, it's now easier to steal secrets than pay for yer own R&D...
How China Steals Our Secrets
April 2, 2012 - FOR the last two months, senior government officials and private-sector experts have paraded before Congress and described in alarming terms a silent threat: cyberattacks carried out by foreign governments. Robert S. Mueller III, the director of the F.B.I., said cyberattacks would soon replace terrorism as the agencys No. 1 concern as foreign hackers, particularly from China, penetrate American firms computers and steal huge amounts of valuable data and intellectual property.
Hackers goin' after our corporate and military secrets...
Several nations trying to penetrate U.S. cyber-networks, says ex-FBI official
Wednesday, April 18, At least half a dozen countries with offensive cyber-capabilities are probing U.S. corporate and military computer systems, looking for data and a toehold should they one day want to disrupt or destroy the networks, according to the FBIs former top cyber-sleuth.
Probably the Saudis will have a different opinion about that one
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