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Computer security experts uncover suspected espionage worm sending blueprints to China

 
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Computer security experts uncover suspected espionage worm sending blueprints to China
Computer security experts have uncovered an industrial espionage virus designed to steal blueprints for buildings, machinery and other products, and deliver them to China.

it targeted software called AutoCAD, which is very widely used by industrial designers and architects. The stolen drawings were surreptitiously sent to email accounts provided by two Chinese internet firms, 163.com and qq.com, although this is no guarantee the criminals behind the raid were Chinese.

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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Re: Computer security experts uncover suspected espionage worm sending blueprints to China
"All your blueprint are belong to us."
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. ~Arthur C. Clarke

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OH, the irony chuckle

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