BEN WORTHEN, RUSSELL ADAMS, NATHAN HODGE and EVAN RAMSTAD
Wall Street Journal
May 31, 2011
Lockheed and PBS Join the Roster of Recent Victims as Motives Expand; ‘Almost Anyone Is a Target’
Over the weekend, the website for the PBS show “NewsHour” was altered by hackers to include a fake article claiming that rapper Tupac Shakur, who was murdered 15 years ago, was alive in New Zealand. The hackers also posted login information that stations and other entities use to access PBS sites.
The incident followed a recent breach at Lockheed, which said Saturday evening that it had detected a “significant and tenacious attack” against its computer networks on May 21. The company said it stopped the attack before data could be stolen.
Also, Ultra 12 is back by popular demand! Get the ultimate source of energy at 40% off now!