Mar 08 2011

Chinese hackers target Global Hawk UAV plans

Published by at 10:50 am under South Korea Attacks

A lawmaker in Seoul says that China hacked South Korean networks in order to access plans the nation had to purchase an unmanned spy plane.

Shin Hak-Yong, a Democratic member of South Korea抯 parliament’s defense committee, told local reporters that the Chinese hackers accessed systems used by the defense ministry, in order to access plans to purchase an unmanned Global Hawk aircraft.

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3 Responses to “Chinese hackers target Global Hawk UAV plans”

  1. jumperon 11 Mar 2011 at 12:00 pm

    Looks like South Korea was wrong:

    “China refutes hacker accusation” –

    “South Korea’s news is groundless. China has been blamed for a number of Internet hacker attacks by the US, Japan, Australia and some other countries in the past,” Wang Mingzhi, a military strategist at the People’s Liberation Army Air Force Command College, told the Global Times.

    Maybe someone owes China an apology.

  2. Heikeon 11 Mar 2011 at 12:17 pm

    I’ll pull the story down immediately…then destroy our website…and finally burn the remaining rubble.

  3. UAV AS ATARGETon 20 Mar 2011 at 2:29 am

    we are looking for this aerial target specification

    Role aerial target
    Speed range 80-100ms
    Altitude 50-3000m
    Range 30km
    Endurance 60min
    Pewer planet 342cc
    Flights 50
    Towed target