Keeping nukes safe from cyber attack
In the wake of a 2010 incident in which the Air Force lost contact with 50 intercontinental ballistic missiles, the service is figuring out how to protect its command-and-control systems from cyber attack — a nonexistent threat when the missiles were designed decades ago.
“Our ability to keep our networks assured and protected and not vulnerable is really important, it’s something we have looked at hard,” Maj. Gen. William Chambers, head of Air Force Global Strike Command’s nuclear deterrence shop, told Killer Apps during a Sept. 18 interview. “It’s something that we build into all of our new nuclear weapons systems so that they remain cyber-secure.”
The Iranian Hacker that owns the world:
March 26, 2011 Iranian Hacker owns Yahoo, Skype, Google, Microsoft, and Comodo SSL!
A message from Comodo Hacker
I’m writing this to all the world, so you’ll know more about us..
At first I want to give some points, so you’ll be sure I’m the hacker:
I hacked Comodo from InstantSSL.it, their CEO’s e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
Their Comodo username/password was: user: gtadmin password: globaltrust
Their DB name was: globaltrust and instantsslcms
Enough said, huh? Yes, enough said, someone who should know already knows…
Anyway, at first I should mention we have no relation to Iranian Cyber Army, we don’t change DNSes, we just hack and own.