North Korea Attacked South Korean Army Colonel With Spyware
According to South Korean army intelligence source, a spyware mail message from North Korea was reportedly sent to the PC of an army colonel in command through China in the beginning of August 2008. The mail allegedly contained a program designed to automatically steal files that the recipient views.
Meanwhile, it is not confirmed if there has been any leakage of military secrets on account of the intrusion. However, the outcome could be highly destructive as the e-mail's recipient is leading the South Korean military's core nervous system, C4I (Control, Communication, Command, and Computer & Information).
Security experts said that the incident indicated that North Korea extended its number of hacking targets to o...
» SPAMfighter News - 10-09-2008
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