Earlier this month, Iran's news agency provided visual evidence that its government had figured out to make a fancy new drone that could take off and land vertically. What they didn't tell us is that they used Photoshop.
China is building its cyberwarfare capabilities and appears to be using the growing technical abilities to collect US intelligence through a sophisticated and long-term computer attack campaign, according to an independent report.
PayPal patched three security vulnerabilities, including a cross-site scripting flaw in its PayPal Community Forum page that could have allowed attackers to hijack Web sessions or carry out phishing campaigns.
Chinese technology consumers are now a substantial group, but an ego-blow is the least of the western world's problems. Cyberwarfare is now a growing issue on the Chinese front, and that leaves the United States vulnerable in a very serious way.