Jan 12 2013

Classified Documents Stolen from Japanese Agriculture Dept.

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Hackers have stolen more than 3,000 classified documents from Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries. Some of the documents are relevant to the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement. The attack employed a Trojan horse program “along with a connection bouncer called ‘HTran’,” a tool used to disguise the location of the command and
control server.

Japan ministry information reportedly stolen in cyberattack

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