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NASA suffers major data breach over stolen laptop that wasn’t encrypted

Posted November 15, 2012 The space agency is now, finally, after yet another unencrypted laptop theft, scrambling to require full disk encryption agency-wide. For more, here’s the story.

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Malware found sucking up data on new Japanese space agency rocket

Posted December 3, 2012 Malware discovered on a Japanese space agency desktop computer has been stealing data on Epsilon – a new, AI-enabled rocket – and beaming it to controllers outside the agency. It’s only the latest in a string of data-siphoning incidents that’s plagued the agency. Click here to read the full story.

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NASA suffers major data breach over stolen laptop that wasn’t encrypted

Posted November 15, 2012 The space agency is now, finally, after yet another unencrypted laptop theft, scrambling to require full disk encryption agency-wide. Read more.

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NASA invites you to hack space!

  Posted  March 13, 2012 Can you build an app that can determine the Earth’s size? NASA is inviting all to try. Read the story on Naked Security.

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Romanian NASA hacker gets suspended three-year sentence

Posted  January 20, 2012 A Romanian who admitted to hacking into NASA servers has received a three-year suspended prison sentence. Being tried in the US wouldn’t have guaranteed jail time, so here’s hoping the Obama administration wins in its pursuit of a mandatory three-year prison term for hacking critical infrastructure. Read it. 

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