“Australia Hack Nets Data on U.S. Arms,” The Wall Street Journal, October 13, 2017 A6. Hacker hacks a defense contractor’s computers and carried off “commercially sensitive data on sophisticated U.S. 22 more words
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Not Kobe beef.
“Suspect Metal Rattles Car Makers,” The Wall Street Journal, October 12, 2017 B1. A supplier (Kobe Steel) falsifies some of its product-quality paperwork. 38 more words
“Internet Connection Enabled Seoul Hack,” The Wall Street Journal, October 12, 2017 A12. Use of third-party Korean cyber-security software led to problem when a military network was connected to the internet. 51 more words
It’s not bootleg movies this time. Or Sony’s email.
“North Korea Hackers Stole War Plan,” The Wall Street Journal, October 11, 2017 A10. Hackers steal classified documents concerning US-South Korean war plans. 19 more words
“Firm Faces Scrutiny Following NSA Hack,” The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 2017 A4. The NSA may have been hacked through their use of the Kaspersky antivirus program. 55 more words
“Key Filing Made in Battle Between Alphabet, Uber,” The Wall Street Journal, October 2, 2017 B3. Uber apparently knew that “a former Google engineer had confidential Google files before buying his self-driving-car startup.” 50,000 emails, among others. 33 more words