Tag Archive | "us-military"


02 June 2011 | 6,815 views

Targeted Phishing Attacks Carried Out On Gmail – Likely From China

It was just about a week ago when we wrote about the technical flaw in Hotmail and the fact that the Hotmail Exploit Has Been Silently Stealing E-mail for some time. The latest news is some hackers have been targeting users of the Gmail service, specifically US government officials. This comes shortly after the news [...]

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31 May 2011 | 7,252 views

Lockheed Martin Hacked – Rumoured To Be Linked to RSA SecurID Breach

You all probably remember the big kerfuffle that occurred after RSA got hacked, it was widely assumed that the SecurID system was compromised somehow and could not be relied on. We reported about it in the article – RSA Silent About Compromise For 7 Days – Assume SecurID Is Broken – where we questioned their [...]

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06 July 2009 | 49,263 views

Military Communications Hacking – Script Kiddy Style

Ah now this is interesting..and scary in a way. Script Kiddies with guns! Script kiddies going to war, or is it turning soldiers into script kiddies. Who knows. Anyway, the US military has decided to make their soldiers walking hackers, with an all-in-one super hacking device that can penetrate satellite signals, VoIP networks and normal [...]

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09 May 2006 | 10,208 views

UK hackers condemn McKinnon trial

It is a little over the top, this guy used over the counter kiddy tool and ‘hacked’ into systems because of blank passwords. Not rocket science, and apparently the machines he had access to were air-gapped, or segregated from the networks containing sensitive information, so the charges are greatly trumped up and are NOT relative [...]

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13 April 2006 | 12,720 views

British Hacker Gary McKinnon Fears Guantanamo

I don’t know what he was thinking really, tampering with US military or governmental systems without some SERIOUS protection. A British man accused of being behind the largest ever hack of US government computer networks could end up at Guantanamo Bay, his lawyer has claimed. Gary McKinnon, from London, denies causing $700,000 (£400,000) damage to [...]

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