Archive for December 2011
I said the other day that I didn’t think that Iran could hack U.S. drones. Debka is saying that I was wrong.
I still think they should have been quiet about it but they don’t take hack-craft advice from me.
This Iranian is saying they did it via the GPS system. New advice: Keep talking, scumbags.
Oh, and give us back our spy.
Um, change your password? I guess some songs got out there early too… could have been worse for her.
More from musicrooms.net.
That’s what they’re claiming in the UK Daily Mail. For some reason, I doubt it. But, if so, I expect that the U.S. will solve the problem in a timely manner. Also, if they were actually taking down drones, they would have been smarter to just keep their mouths shut about it. Hmm.
UK Daily Mail has more here.
U.S. rebuttal here.
From the Sydney Morning Herald:
“As few as 12 different Chinese groups, largely backed or directed by the government there, commit the bulk of the China-based cyber attacks stealing critical data from US companies and government agencies, according to US cybersecurity analysts and experts.”
Not sure what the government plans to do about but shining a spot light on these groups may make them scurry back to their holes.
KCG bring its Cyber Attack & Penetration (CAP) services to the table to improve on Rapid7′s already formidable arsenal. Good news for a more secure environment.
MarketWatch has more here.
A new round of students has demonstrated their skills and been named the tops in the fall Cyber Foundations competition. Great news as the industry continues to need as much talent as possible.
More on the release via Digitaljournal.com
The Washington Times is reporting that Venezuelan and Iranian officials stationed in Mexico have been plotting cyberattacks on the U.S. Officials are looking into it.
I guess they see a “soft underbelly” in our cybersecurity and infrastructure. Oh, yeah: they were coming after nuclear plants too.