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DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report 1 October 2012
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 A Chinese national was charged in U.S. court with trying to obtain large quantities of carbon fiber, a restricted high-tech material used for military purposes. – Associated Press (See item 11)
 U.S. Cyber Command‘s top intelligence officer accused China of persistent efforts to pierce Defense Department computer networks. – Reuters (See item 39)
 U.S. intelligence agencies linked the attack on the U.S. mission in Libya that killed the Ambassador and three other U.S. officials to terrorism led by militants with ties to al-Qa‘ida. – Washington Post (See item 41)
 Adobe warned that an internal server with access to its digital certificate code signing infrastructure was hacked by ―sophisticated threat actors‖ engaged in ―highly targeted attacks.‖ – ZDNet (See item 46)
 An employee fired from his job at a Minneapolis company shot and killed the owner, three others, and wounded four, before killing himself. – KARE 11 Minneapolis (See item 50)
 
Read on: http://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/DHS_Daily_Report_2012-10-01.pdf


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