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War Between Japan And China In The Next Year

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« Reply #150 on: October 24, 2016, 07:33:17 pm »

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Chinese firm admits its hacked DVRs, cameras were behind Friday's massive DDOS attack
Michael Kan IDG News Service

A Chinese electronics component manufacturer says its products inadvertently played a role in a massive cyberattack that disrupted major internet sites in the U.S. on Friday.

Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology, a vendor behind DVRs and internet-connected cameras, said on Sunday that security vulnerabilities involving weak default passwords in its products were partly to blame.

According to security researchers, malware known as Mirai has been taking advantage of these vulnerabilities by infecting the devices and using them to launch huge distributed denial-of service attacks, including Friday’s outage.

“Mirai is a huge disaster for the Internet of Things,” Xiongmai said in an email to IDG News Service. “(We) have to admit that our products also suffered from hacker's break-in and illegal use.”

Mirai works by enslaving IoT devices to form a massive connected network. The devices are then used to deluge websites with requests, overloading the sites and effectively taking them offline.

Because these devices have weak default passwords and are easy to infect, Mirai has been found spreading to at least 500,000 devices, according to internet backbone provider Level 3 Communications.

Xiongmai says it patched the flaws with its products in September 2015 and its devices now ask the customer to change the default password when used for the first time. But products running older versions of the firmware are still vulnerable.

To stop the Mirai malware, Xiongmai is advising that customers update their product’s firmware and change the default username and passwords to them. Customers can also disconnect the products from the internet.
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Botnets created from the Mirai malware were at least partly responsible for Friday's massive internet disruption, according to Dyn, the DNS service provider targeted in the assault.

“We observed 10s of millions of discrete IP addresses associated with the Mirai botnet that were part of the attack,” Dyn said in statement.

The DDOS attack, which flooded sites with an overwhelming amount of internet traffic, slowed and stopped access to Twiiter, Spotify, PayPal and many more services.

Although Dyn managed to fend off the disruption and restore access to its service, Mirai-powered botnets could easily strike again. Earlier this month, the unknown developer of the Mirai malware released its source code to the hacker community. Security firms have already noticed copycat hackers using it.

The Mirai malware also appears to target products from other IoT vendors that use weak default passwords in their devices. Security experts have noticed the malware tries a list of more than 60 combinations of user names and passwords.

Last month, a Mirai-powered botnet also briefly took down the website of cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs, by delivering 665 Gbps of traffic, making it one of the largest recorded DDOS attacks in history.


http://www.pcworld.com/article/3134039/hacking/chinese-firm-admits-its-hacked-products-were-behind-fridays-massive-ddos-attack.html
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« Reply #151 on: December 21, 2016, 11:48:20 pm »

Japan boosts coast guard fleet to defend disputed East China Sea islands
Five large surveillance ships and three research vessels will be added, along with 200 extra security officials

Japan’s government has announced it will bolster its coast guard capabilities to defend East China Sea islands that China also claims and regularly patrols.

The government said Japan’s 2017 coast guard budget will reach a record 210bn yen ($1.8bn) to add eight new ships and more than 200 law enforcement officials. The 14-ship fleet will add five large surveillance ships and three research vessels.

Abe’s cabinet on Thursday is set to approve a defence budget expected to be around 5.1tn yen ($44bn), another new high since Abe took office in 2012, according to Japanese media. The reports said upgraded missile defence and new submarine construction were behind the increase.

The uninhabited East China Sea islands, called Senkaku by Japan and the Diaoyu by China, are controlled by Japan and Wednesday’s decision by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would let Japan add to its maritime presence in the surrounding waters.

Abe said Japan needed to “substantially strengthen the structure and capabilities” of the coast guard. “We will urgently begin strengthening our [maritime safety] structure,” he said.

. The islands are at the centre of a diplomatic row and both Japan and China send patrol vessels and aircrafts there routinely, raising concerns of an accidental collision or other risks.

The new coast guard budget will also cover the cost of putting video transmission devices on vessels dedicated to Senkaku patrols, while strengthening maritime surveillance and other measures, Abe said.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/22/japan-boosts-coast-guard-fleet-to-defend-disputed-east-china-sea-islands
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« Reply #152 on: February 08, 2017, 08:20:28 pm »

Pearl Harbor 2? China 'has prepared for a preemptive strike against US military bases which would cripple American forces in the region'

    An investigation of satellite imagery compares China's missile testing grounds and US military bases
    The images show that the test areas have been designed to look like the military bases, according to the report
    Earlier this week, a highly accurate Chinese ballistic missile capable of threatening US and Japan bases in Asia made its latest appearance
    The medium-range DF-16 featured in a video posted last week


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« Reply #153 on: February 19, 2017, 05:40:34 pm »

South China Sea: US carrier group begins ‘routine’ patrols

US aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson has started what it calls “routine operations” in the South China Sea, with a fleet of supporting warships. The deployment comes days after China’s foreign ministry warned Washington against challenging Beijing’s sovereignty in the region. China claims several contested shoals, islets and reefs in the area.

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