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Third Country Hacker Uses Korean Computers to Hack U.S Air Force Space Command

Korean police and their U.S counterpart began a joint investigation as several computers of an army unit under the U.S Air Force Space Command (SPACECOM) were hacked by an individual in a third country via a Korean firms’ computers in mid-February. The U.S. concluded that it was a serious case and hurriedly dispatched its investigators to Korea. The two countries began to establish a closely cooperative investigation system and have shared information to identify the hacker. The U.S Air Force Space Command is one of nine major joint forces commands under the Department of Defense and the core part that directs, controls and operates U.S. state-of-the-art military sections, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles, satellites and radar equipment. The Cyber Terror Response Center of the Korea Police Agency said Friday that it launched an investigation, as the U.S. had notified that a third country’s person had hacked into several computers of an army unit under the U.S Air Force Space Command. Full Story

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