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Three years after what the Pentagon called the most significant breach of U.S. military networks ever, new versions of the malware blamed for the attack are still roiling U.S. networks, Reuters has learned.
The malware at issue, known as "agent.btz," infiltrated the computer systems of the U.S. Central Command in 2008, at a time when it was running wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The attack established what Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn called "a digital beachhead" for a foreign intelligence agency to attempt to steal data.
Originally posted by Fractured.Facade
Originally posted by JacKatMtn
reply to post by Fractured.Facade
My apologies for not goose stepping to this sequence of events...
Oh hell, in that case, sit back, relax, grab some brew and popcorn, and enjoy the entertainment, while it lasts.
Originally posted by Revolution9
reply to post by JacKatMtn
Wow, that was three years ago and they are still having issues?