The defense group Lockheed Martin announced Saturday it had been a "significant" attacks against its computer system on May 21, he claims to have rejected. "With the measures taken timely and appropriate to protect the network and to improve computer security, our systems remain secure," said Lockheed Martin in a statement, which states that "no personal information of customers or staff were affected ".
Sunday, May 29, 2011
LONDON - That the web of company Google is obscure, we know even in Italy. The search engine sells advertising space in our country and bill in Ireland. Now the case broke out in Britain. According to the Sunday Times, the company has managed to pay no more than 3 billion (circa3, € 5 billion) of pounds of charges in England and other countries over the past 5 years, thanks to an elaborate corporate network that uses different jurisdictions including Ireland, Netherlands and United Kingdom, to end the income to Bermuda.
Lockheed Martin is one of the largest defense firms in the world and prime contractor for the U.S. military - now the computer network of the group appears to have become an attack target by cyber criminals. Other military companies could be affected. Washington - It was the nightmare scenario for many large companies: In March, hackers had attacked the well-known U.S. security company RSA. Their goal was a common authentication system "SecurID" was used worldwide by many large companies - including from arms companies such as Lockheed Martin. The users who have a kind of key supporters - a so-called token - around with them, indicating a constantly changing code.
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The new HTML5 is almost ready to become a standard, so it seems to understand the last statement issued by the World Wide Web Consortium, where he wrote that the next W3C HTML Working Group scheduled for August 3, invite new voices to determine whether the suited to meet the specifications. Philippe Le Hégaret, W3C manager responsible for HTML5, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics eWOFF (Web Open Font Format) commented: "We note interest in HTML5 everywhere, and I am very happy that HTML5 has reached the last call, HTML Working Group is the largest W3C group with more than 50 states and more than 200 invited experts.