Tag Archives: Cyberwar
Leave it to the quantum physicists at Los Alamos National Labs to have run for the past two years something that sounded like science fiction: a quantum Internet that promises perfectly secure online communications.
It looks like internet access into and out of Syria has been deliberately shut down.
The hacking collective Anonymous has said it has been “hacking” and vandalising social networking profiles linked to North Korea.
A number of government and civilian organizations experienced network and website malfunctions on Tuesday, unnerving government officials just days after computer networks at banks and broadcasters crashed due to cyber attacks.
Computer-savvy teens are putting down their game controllers — at least temporarily — for code writing and virus-sweeping. Call it “Red Dawn: Part Deux: Teen Cyber-Commandos.”
White House sources partly confirmed an alarming report that U.S. government computers — reportedly including systems used by the military for nuclear commands — were breached by Chinese hackers.
Frustrated by their inability to stop sophisticated hacking attacks or use the law to punish their assailants, an increasing number of U.S. companies are taking retaliatory action.
Just a week ago, the Flame virus, suspected to be a weapon in a heretofore undeclared cyberwar, was discovered by computer security experts. Now, unnamed U.S. government officials have told a New York Times reporter that the Stuxnet worm, another … Continue reading
The U.S. Defence Department invited all of its eligible contractors to join a previously restricted information-sharing pact aimed at guarding sensitive Pentagon program data stored on private computer networks.
PhotoSource: Businesswire A cyber-readiness report released by the McAfee and Security and Defense Agenda Think Tank, report showed China, Brazil and Mexico as the least prepared to defend themselves against cyber attacks.