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The White House was attacked by hackers With Over The Weekend | Tech News

The White House was attacked by hackers With Over The Weekend

If you listen to the media, cyberattacks frightening events that can bring the whole country with a few keyboard strokes. In fact, some people have a username and password stolen. It’s really not that bad in most cases. This past weekend, however, something bad could have been avoided narrow.

The AP reports that the White House had cyberattack this weekend. The Obama administration has acknowledged the attack, but said they were thwarted before they become problems. The official story does not list where the attack came from or what part of the network of the White House attacked. Said an anonymous official or non-critical systems at risk ap row.

Looking to the official report, said news of the attacks came from Chinese sources. The Washington Free Beacon said the attacks could be in response to U.S. support of Japan’s disputed Senkaku Islands that led to riots across China.

Things get a little scary when you learn what exactly China after. Free report tells Beacon that hackers are trying to get into the system of the White House Military Office. This system contains the code for football – the collection of the president’s nuclear launch codes with him all the time.

Currently, we do not know what happened. We probably will not know what happens until something really bad happens. Cybersecurity in the minds of many lawmakers, but they seem very committed to writing extensive laws really protect anyone. Cybersecurity officials in Washington have begun to focus on protecting their own infrastructure. The impact of a stolen credit card repaired, but the launch of Intel’s line of stolen code or not.