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Mitsubishi Feels the Malware Hit

September 20, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

After breaking into the systems of several U.S.-based military contractors, digital intruders have set their sights on Japanese corporations, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Meanwhile, the reverberations from the DigiNotar breach continue to shake up the security world, with one hacker claiming to be able to slip into Windows through its update system.

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