reply to post by Phage
The Truth of JAL123"
Reportedly, there were 17 top engineers of TRON, OS system indigenously developed by a professor of Tokyo University. It is said that TRON at that
time was so advanced (comparable to current Google Chrome) and free that the entire Japanese public sector was to adopt TRON OS. Then the entire
echelon of TRON engineers were killed by the JAL 123 crash, and Microsoft instead took over and dominated the Japanese OS market thereafter.
i posted that on march 21st and will stick with it tron used the 238 mhz processor and was reputed to be on-hackable remember the film tron goes
missing in computer world ?
China has installed a secure operating system known as "Kylin" on government and military computers designed to be impenetrable to US military and
intelligence agencies, The Washington Times reported on Tuesday.
The newspaper said the existence of the secure operating system was disclosed to Congress during recent hearings which included new details on how
China's government is preparing to wage cyberwarfare with the United States.
Kevin Coleman, a private security specialist who discussed Kylin during the April 30 hearing of the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission,
said its deployment is significant because it has "hardened" key Chinese servers.
Coleman told the Times that Kylin has been under development since 2001 and the first Chinese computers to use it are government and military servers
that were converted beginning in 2007.
"This action also made our offensive cybercapabilities ineffective against them, given the cyberweapons were designed to be used against Linux, UNIX
and Windows," he said, citing three popular computer operating systems.
The newspaper said US offensive cyberwar capabilities have been mainly focused on getting into Chinese government and military computers outfitted
with less secure operating systems like Microsoft's Windows.
Coleman said Chinese state or state-affiliated entities are on a wartime footing in seeking electronic information from the US government, contractors
and industrial computer networks.
The Chinese have also developed a secure microprocessor that, unlike US-made chips, is known to be hardened against external access by a hacker or
automated malicious software, Coleman said.