“Chinese hackers system US weather service invaded ‘




Hackers gained access to the weather service of the US and the information that supply the satellites intended purpose. There are also claims that Chinese hackers Australian media have invaded, where this weekend takes place the G20.

Hack into the system for the weather service has taken place late September so writes the Washington Post. NOAA, which include the National Weather Service is covered, the hack has temporarily halted and has only recently come out with an official statement. NOAA confirms the hack and according to sources from the Washington Post is about Chinese hackers who managed to gain access to the systems. The Chinese embassy denies the allegation.

The hackers were given according to a person via a web server to access the system. The server was connected to a large number of computers from NOAA, but was not sufficiently secured. The source compared the security of a home that was protected by a screen door.

Some time NOAA denied that there was a hack. The security team was forced to break off during the vital information close . It concerns information about contingency plans, aviation and shipping. NOAA said at the time that it was unplanned work. The hack would be observed and there would be equal responded. It is unclear whether any data has been captured.

The news about the NOAA hack followed an attack in which data from 800,000 US Postal Service workers were captured. In that case is also suspected that the Chinese are behind the hack, but there is no evidence for that. In addition, according to ABC Chinese hackers reportedly burglarized by Australian media and the Australian government would come under fire. In the country this weekend held a G20 meeting. ABC is based on statements made by the co-founder of security Crowd Strike, which will regularly assess attacks originating from China.


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