WASHINGTON – Chinese hackers have broken into the computers of a company that for the Us navy works. Therefore, sensitive information captured, including plans for a supersonic torpedo from submarines can be fired at enemy ships. The system would be in 2020 to be operational. That writes the Washington Post Friday.
Chinese hackers have broken into the computers of a company that for the Us navy works, writes the Washington Post Friday.
The newspaper has of the government officials learned that the computer hackers in January and February have been struck by a contractor of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, a military organization with headquarters in Newport, Rhode Island. That do research and develop things for submarines and warfare under water.
The name of the hacked company is not disclosed. That 614 gigabytes of info is copied on a secret project that is known as Sea Dragon. The Post has, at the request of Defence not everything they know has come published in the interests of national security.
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