IT security provider Mandiant issues a comprehensive report documenting how a Chinese army unit has for years been hacking into the computers of businesses and (Mandiant: 6 Types of Data Chinese Hackers Seek http://t.co/7BjfaKZk)...
How odd the hacking of news media doesn't fit the model laid out in this article. Hmm. /snark
A report tying the Chinese military to computer attacks against American interests has sent a chill through cyber-security experts, who worry that the very lifelines of the United States — its energy pipelines, its water supply, its banks — are...
Mike Rogers quoted. Useful tool there. Also threats to infrastructure cited--didn't they get the memo about StuxNet?
The NY Times had first dibs on a preview of the 60-page study released today by computer security firm Mandiant, which "tracks for the first time individual members of the most sophisticated of the Chinese hacking groups ...
You have a secret that can ruin your life. It’s not a well-kept secret, either. Just a simple string of characters—maybe six of them if you’re careless, 16 if you’re cautious—that can reveal everything about you.
It's not that difficult to secure one's content with passwords. It just takes more discipline than most humans muster consistently.
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Alleged to be same hacker(s) that hit Facebook -- and on Friday, Facebook said it was the Chinese.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation is collaborating in the investigation of a sophisticated attack by hackers on Facebook last month, which, according to the social network, has not compromised users' data.
This story sounds fishy--if Facebook was hacked, there was a compromise. How can they say it wasn't? Or was something else hacked and reports are fuzzing the something?
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