By Sumner Lemon
IDG News Service
Hackers broke into U.S. Department of Defense computers and downloaded
terabytes of data containing design information about the Joint Strike
Fighter, a US$300 billion stealth fighter currently under development,
according to The Wall Street Journal.
The stolen files all relate to the design of the Joint Strike Fighter
and its electronic systems, the Wall Street Journal reported, saying
they could be used to help defend against the jet.
However, the most sensitive files were not compromised since they are
stored on computers that are not connected to the Internet, the report
The reported attack raised more questions than it answered.
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