Monday, August 29, 2005

More on our Unwanted Guests

No I am not talking about the Mexican border. I am talking about the electronic border between our national security and the Chinese government. These are not uneducated migrants looking for work. They are highly intelligent, highly disciplined ruthless computer spies looking for nuclear secrets.

The followine Time Article by Nathan Thornburg provides further details on the attack I talked about in my previous post.

The Invasion of the Chinese Cyberspies (And the Man Who Tried to Stop Them)

If our most secure computers are this vulnerable to attack, what about our financial infrastructure? Credit cards, mutual funds, inter bank commerce could all be war targets to an enemy with intellectual horsepower, and a coordinated will.

7 comments:

Dr. Phat Tony said...

More importantly what about my blogger log in?

Peakah said...

they better not find my xbox live gamertag or they might accidently add some wins to my tally. I'll know when they did it cuz I've yet to win a f'reakin game yet!! Prolly those damn 12 year old noodle benders who are romping on me!

a4g said...

This must explain what has happened to all my blogging revenues.

Diverted to the commies.

FIAR said...

C'mon people. Can't you take this seriously? They aren't going to disable my new gmail account?



Are they?

Pebble said...

Attack of the Cybernuts

Uber said...

I noticed a related link at bottom of the article, "Is it time to panic?"

Oh yeah. Today's panic will bring tomorrow's solutions.

I'm freakin' out.

Not as much as ya'll though.

Wyatt Earp said...

I'll bet these are the same bastards that won't let me see the Pam Anderson/Tommy Lee video!