Hungarian Government Computers Suffer from Spyware Attack
An official probe in Hungary reveals that spyware has been infesting the computer systems of Hungary's national security organization. It is believed that the illegal program has been running over the last eight months (February-September 2008), as reported by Nepszabadsag, on September 16, 2008.
Furthermore, a distinctly conniving and politically charged spyware campaign has arisen from the Hungarian government's commensurate of the US Secret Service in which officials are accusing a consulting company, UD Vagyonvedelmi for planting a harmful software on the NBH (Nemzetbiztonsagi Hivatalbol) network of Hungary. According to the officials, the attack tried to harvest information about the Hungarian public servants who were already watched by the NBH.
Meanwhile, police have b...
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