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Date: 2013-03-21
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Hacking highlights dangers to Seoul of North's cyber-warriors
US-KOREA-CYBER:Hacking highlights dangers to Seoul of North's cyber-warriors
By Ju-min Park

SEOUL (Reuters) - A hacking attack that brought down three South Korean broadcasters and two major banks has been identified by most commentators as Pyongyang flexing its muscles as military tensions on the divided peninsula sky-rocket.

Officials in Seo...


North Korea issues fresh threat to U.S., South probes hacking
US-KOREA-NORTH-ATTACK:North Korea issues fresh threat to U.S., South probes hacking
By Jack Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said it would attack U.S. military bases on Japan and the Pacific island of Guam if provoked, a day after leader Kim Jong-un oversaw a mock drone strike on South Korea.

The North also held an air raid drill on Thursday after a...


Cyber attack on South Korea came from Chinese IP: Seoul
US-KOREA-CYBER:Cyber attack on South Korea came from Chinese IP: Seoul
SEOUL (Reuters) - A hacking attack on the servers of South Korean broadcasters and banks originated from an IP address based in China, officials in Seoul said on Thursday, raising suspicions the intrusion came from North Korea.

An unnamed official from South Korea's presidential office...


Cyber attack on South Korea originated from Chinese IP: regulator
US-KOREA-CYBER:Cyber attack on South Korea originated from Chinese IP: regulator
SEOUL (Reuters) - The hacking attack on servers of South Korean broadcasters and banks on Wednesday originated from an IP address based in China but the identity of the persons responsible remains unclear, South Korean communications regulators said.

We've identified that a Chinese IP...


NASA steps up security after arrest of former contractor
US-SPACE-ESPIONAGE:NASA steps up security after arrest of former contractor
By Irene Klotz

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - NASA has shut down access to an online database and banned new requests from Chinese and some other foreign nationals seeking access to its facilities amid mounting concerns about espionage and export control violations, the U.S. space age...


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