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US military secrets leaked to Chinese hackers for three years

03.05.2013 19:24

A US military contractor was allegedly hacked by those associated with the Chinese military. The company reportedly ignored signs of security breaches, allowing hackers to access military technology and classified documents for three years.

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Josh Melo 21.08.2013 02:21

Its all a bunch of BS the US wouldn't let secret military weapons hacked. It was all given to China so when its time for WW3, Us and it western allies and China with its allies. WW1, WW2 were the first to trys to creating a one world government, Hitler got all of his money from Bush family and others including banks supplied him with money. So few can control the many, you are be controlled to believing whats is real. This is there game Illuminati card game came out in 1995, cards like the twin towers and pentagon are on it. Read between the lines. You are being lied to every single dead.

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 01:26

Now they try to hang Snowden for any leack of information to cover up their previous failures.

Anonymous user 26.06.2013 06:04

by re-locating so much industry to China, US has given to them most of its technology and know-how

Anonymous user 09.06.2013 19:41

Do you honestly think that the US is THAT dumb to let their TOP SECRET Info out in the open?

Anonymous user 31.05.2013 02:14

lol Chinese imperialism? The US just made plans to invade multiple African countries next year.

Anonymous user 12.05.2013 21:09

Please US and the whole world wake to china's imperialism. See the Trade Deficit in US-China Trade.

Anonymous user 12.05.2013 21:04

That explains all the latest weaponary on lines with that of US in China's aresenal.

Anonymous user 12.05.2013 15:41

Only a fool puts sensitive inforamtion anywhwere near the internet.

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 14:35

Unless...they began feeding the hackers bogus data

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 06:41

may be its a dummy, meant to deceive the chinese... who knows


Brane Koritnik 10.05.2013 06:36

this is so gross negligence, that is not a negligence any more.Someone was bought....

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 20:32

Nothing new, Room 641A and the NSA in 2000's, Watergate by the Church Committee in 1970's

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 19:56

Not to mention that QinetiQ isn't even an American Company their British.

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