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Hackers Crack Cyberspace

The sprawling high-speed network in Korea is the pride of the nation with more than 10 million households connected to the broadband Internet, marking the world’s highest penetration rate. However, the world-envied infrastructure has also generated some headaches including hacking, which has become more ubiquitous like the network itself. According to statistics compiled by the Korea Information Security Agency (KISA), domestic hacking cases ballooned 165-fold over the past five years to 26,179 cases in 2003. Only 158 hacks were reported to the state-sponsored institute in 1998 but the figure reached a millennium plateau two years later with 1,943 cases and rocketed to 15,192 in 2002. Full Story

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