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China seizes TVs, satellite equipment in Tibetan area | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have confiscated televisions from 300 monasteries in a heavily Tibetan part of the west of the country and dismantled satellite equipment that broadcast anti-China (RT @lungtaproject: [ロイター2012年12月27日]中国当局、チベット圏でテレビや衛星アンテナを没収(英語)|China...
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Report: Russian Nuclear Attack Subs Patrolled Gulf of Mexico Undetected

Report: Russian Nuclear Attack Subs Patrolled Gulf of Mexico Undetected | Cyber War | Scoop.it

A Russian, nuclear-powered attack sub patrolled the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, off the U.S. coast, undetected for a month, a new startling report from the Washington Free Beacon says. ... 

 

... If confirmed, this isn’t the first time the Russians have made such a bold move recently. In 2009, the New York Times reported two other nuclear-powered attack subs were found to have patrolled the eastern seaboard, about 200 miles off the coast.

“It’s a confounding situation arising from a lack of leadership in our dealings with Moscow,” Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) told the Free Beacon. “While the president is touting our supposed ‘reset’ in relations with Russia, Vladimir Putin is actively working against American interests, whether it’s in Syria or here in our own backyard.”


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Avatarpoint Security's comment, December 28, 2012 8:19 AM
I would think the cold war was enough proof, where the real intelligence lies.
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Malware,Botnet & cyber threats,what is happening to the cyberspace? | Security Affairs

Malware,Botnet & cyber threats,what is happening to the cyberspace? | Security Affairs | Cyber War | Scoop.it
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Information on what is happening to cyberspace. Contains information on botnets, malware and cyber threats.

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The Master ‘PLAN’: China’s New Guided Missile Destroyer

The Master ‘PLAN’: China’s New Guided Missile Destroyer | Cyber War | Scoop.it
China's navy appears on the verge of creating a new class of warship. It could eventually alter the balance of naval power in the region.

 

late in 2010, namely that the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) would defy those Western experts who opined that Beijing had slowed or halted its naval buildup.

 

For evidence, such experts claimed that the PLAN had stopped building guided-missile destroyers, or DDGs. If so, Beijing had made a conscious choice to limit its navy’s offensive punch. Not so, said we. Having experimented with various DDG designs, the PLAN was simply settling on a model that incorporated the best of each test platform. And indeed, DDG serial production has recommenced in earnest, judging from pictures of the new Type 052D Luyang II-class DDG that have surfaced on the Internet.

 

Until recently it was fashionable for Western PLA-watchers to contend that Chinese shipyards had slowed or stopped construction of major surface warships like DDGs in favor of smaller, shorter-range, seemingly more defensive-minded vessels like guided-missile frigates and fast-attack boats. They cited the dearth of clear-cut proof of DDG-building since 2005 as evidence of this supposed trend. From this they inferred that Chinese naval development had taken a less menacing turn.

 

This was counterintuitive at best. And indeed, a series of photos on Chinese and Western military websites over the past few years dispels such sanguine prognoses. The images indicate that Chinese shipyards had already resumed DDG construction by 2010, when we essayed our prediction about Chinese shipbuilding.

 

The latest reports suggest that Jiangnan Shipyard in Shanghai launched its sixth Type 052C DDG and is laying down an average of two hulls per year.


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Harry Raduege: Is U.S.-China Détente in the Air?

Harry Raduege: Is U.S.-China Détente in the Air? | Cyber War | Scoop.it
Talks among 300-plus IT security experts from 40 nations meeting in New Delhi this month could lead to international treaties on cybersecurity, including, perhaps,
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Iran threatens to disconnect from the Internet Outside the Box

Iran threatens to disconnect from the Internet Outside the Box | Cyber War | Scoop.it
In April, Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer of F-Secure, a Finnish computer security firm, received an unusual email. It came from a scientist working at the Atomic Energy Agency of Iran, and read:

“I am writing you to inform you that our nuclear program has once again been compromised and attacked by a new worm with exploits which have shut down our automation network at Natanz and another facility Fordo near Qom.

 

“According to the email our cyber experts sent to our teams, they believe a hacker tool Metasploit was used. The hackers had access to our VPN. The automation network and Siemens hardware were attacked and shut down. I only know very little about these cyber issues as I am scientist not a computer expert.


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Hackmageddon.com

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I know with what weapons World War III will be fought...
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