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Engineer at Boeing admits trying to sell space secrets to Russians

Seeking "relationship like on 'The Americans'," sold secrets to undercover FBI agent.

North Korea’s latest launch heralds mass production of “cold launch” missiles

The Pukguksong-2's “cold launchrdquo; mobile launcher reduces warning time for strike.

Gallery: War aircraft through the lens of a US Army training...

Army says Visual Aircraft Recognition “is a basic skill every Soldier should know.”

Journalist allegedly “manhandled by FCC guards” for asking questions

FCC apologizes, says guards were on “heightened alertrdquo; due to threats.

Chelsea Manning, who served more prison time than any US leaker,...

Early release needed to continue transition-related healthcare, Manning said.

Drones: Is the Sky the Limit showcases drone tech from earliest...

Any drone lover will want to check out the Intrepid Museum's latest exhibit.

DOD needs cyberwarriors so badly it may let skilled recruits skip...

Shortage of skilled “cyber operators” has services scrambling to find ways to recruit.

The Mongols built an empire with one technological breakthrough

The humble stirrup was a game-changing invention that altered history.

The Air Force’s secretive spy plane returns after 718 days in...

The military isn't saying what the X-37B was doing up there for so long.

Snake cyberespionage malware is ready to bite Mac users

A sophisticated Russian cyberespionage group is readying attacks against Mac users and has recently ported its Windows backdoor program to macOS.The group, known in the security industry as Snake, Turla or Uroburos, has been active since at least 2007 and has been responsible for some of the most complex cyberespionage attacks.
It targets government entities, intelligence agencies, embassies, military organizations, research and academic institutions and large corporations.[ Roger Grimes' free and almost foolproof way to check for malware. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security Report newsletter. ]"Compared to other prolific attackers with alleged ties to Russia, such as APT28 (Fancy Bear) and APT29 (Cozy Bear), Snake’s code is significantly more sophisticated, it’s infrastructure more complex and targets more carefully selected," researchers from Dutch cybsersecurity firm Fox-IT said in a blog post Wednesday.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here