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October 16, 2010
Hackers from China have successfully stolen confidential information
from foreign service and security officials through e-mails that purport
to be from the Blue House or diplomats abroad, a report from the
National Intelligence Service showed.
Grand National Party Representative Lee Jung-hyun, a member of the
legislature=E2=80=99s National Defense Commission, provided the JoongAng Ilbo on
Thursday with intelligence agency warnings sent to government offices
earlier this year.
According to the documents, the National Intelligence Service warned
that malicious e-mails were sent to foreign affairs and security public
servants and diplomats abroad. The NIS said the e-mails, which contained
a type of malware capable of stealing data from personal computers and
mobile data storage devices, were sent repeatedly, and it warned civil
servants to step up their security. The e-mails were disguised to appear
to be coming from diplomats and Blue House officials.
The e-mails contained attachments titled =E2=80=9CBriefing on [U.S.-Korea expert
Jack] Pritchard=E2=80=99s North Korea visit,=E2=80=9D =E2=80=9C2010 Korean Peninsula affairs
outlook=E2=80=9D and =E2=80=9CItinerary of Kim Jong-il=E2=80=99s trip to China.=E2=80=9D
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