narramissic writes “A narrate released Friday at near a bring of cyber-security experts from greylogic finds it is rather plausible that the Extraneous Military Perspicaciousness mechanism (the GRU) and Federal Guarding Usage (the FSB) directed cyber attacks on Georgian superintendence servers in July and August of 2008. ‘Following a complex trap of connections, the broadcast claims that an Internet ritual provider connected with the trap position, which coordinated the Georgian attacks, is located next door to a Russian Holy orders of Defense Probing Organize called the Center for the sake Inspection of Military Grit of Unfamiliar Countries, and a scarcely any doors down from GRU headquarters.’ But Paul Ferguson, a researcher with Craze Micro who has reviewed the description, says it’s a Two shakes of a lambs tail of a draw’ to conclude that the Georgia attacks were state-sponsored. ‘You can unite dots to assume things, but inferring things does not blow up b coddle them so,’ he said. One other interesting allegation in the report is that a member of the Whackerz Pakistan hacking group, which claimed responsibility for defacing the Indian Eastern Railway Web site on Dec. 24, 2008, is employed by a North American wireless communications company and presents an ‘insider threat’ for his employer.”

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