Japan banks got hit by the cyber attacks

The illegal transactions in the year 2014 have been increased as compare to the last year’s estimation. Within just the period of January to May, the loss is almost 1.417 billion, which was 1.406 billion yen last year, National Police Agency stated. This Quarter 1 loss is three times greater…

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Marcus Winbush from Texas live in Japan

He’s name is Marcus Winbush he’s from Texas But he is in the navy so live in Japan He said he’s 38 Got device and has a one son…I’m not sure if he is not MR.married or not….but he was acting like a nice guy…and told me to be his…

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China names Japan and US as top cyberattackers

China is on the receiving end of a growing volume of cyberattacks with Japan and the US the biggest culprits, the country’s National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team (CNCERT/CC) has announced. The number of infected computers it had detected reached 8.9 million in 2011, up from 5 million a…

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Japan develops malware cyberweapon

The Japanese government has been quietly developing a cyberweapon since 2008, which reportedly is able to track, identify and disable sources of online attacks, according to The Daily Yomiuri. The virus which was developed by Fujitsu for the Japanese government has the ability to trace cyberattack sources beyond the immediate…

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Japan Reportedly Building Vigilante Virus Assassin Squad

Japan reportedly has paid Fujitsu $2.3 million to build a self-replicating assassin squad — a computer virus it can set loose in the network to track down and eliminate other viruses. Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the Defense Ministry’s Technical Research and Development Institute began developing the anti-viral virus…

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Japan testing ‘virus’ cyberdefence weapon, reports say

The Japanese authorities have tested a ‘virus’ cyberweapon capable of tracing and disabling computers being used in cyberattacks against the country, a newspaper in the country has reported. Quoting anonymous sources said to be connected to the project, The Yomiuri Shimbun said that Japan’s Defense Ministry’s Technical Research and Development…

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