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Hacker's Tiny Spy Computer Cracks Corporate Networks, Fits In An Altoid Tin
Hacker's Tiny Spy Computer Cracks Corporate Networks: In its smallest version, Kevin Bong's "Mini Pwner" spy router can fit inside an Altoids tin. The next time an unexpected “repairman” cruises past your company’s security desk, you might want to check inside his tin of mints or pack of cigarettes. Especially if he’s also carrying an ethernet cable.
China Finally Admits It Has Army of Hackers
China finally admits it has special cyber warfare units — and a lot of them. From years China has been suspected by U.S. and many other countries for carrying out several high-profile cyber attacks, but every time the country strongly denied the claims. However, for the first time the country has admitted that it does have cyber warfare divisions – several of them, in fact.
South Korea claims North hacked nuclear data
Hackers stole blueprints, employee data, and threatened "destruction" if demands not met. The South Korean government issued a report today blaming North Korea for network intrusions that stole data from Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP), the company that operates South Korea's 23 nuclear reactors. While the government report stated that only "non-critical" networks were affected, the attackers had demanded the shutdown of three reactors just after the intrusion. They also threatened "destruc