Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Government Run Websites Hit by NK?

Government run websites have been "cyber attacked" by somebody, and it only makes sense that one of our enemies, like North Korea, did it. According to the linked article, we also need to fear al-Qaeda, presumably because they probably just installed wifi hookups to their caves, and that's just one step away from a full-fledged HTML invasion of our cyberspace.

Prepare the Spam-Guard!

One thing I have to wonder about cyber attacks on the U.S., though... doesn't the U.S. government have an anti-virus program?

Barack, if you receive an email from someone named "Falzof Hiz-Qamel al-Lot" or "Sung Twong", don't open the attachment just because they said "poke here".


Mike said...

We also need to fear al-Qaeda, apparently, because they just installed wifi hookups to their caves.

Don't worry, they're using Mac's!

And anyone who has googled "North Korea at night" knows that we need not fear them either.


Son3 said...

Thanks for the comment, Mike!


You know I had to go Google that. (Well, I actually "Yahoo!'d" it.)

Too funny.

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