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January 2013 News

  1. Why Most Companies Won't Admit They Were Hacked By Ben Weitzenkorn TechNewsDaily 31 January 2013 -- "The Chinese actually have been blamed for a long time," Smith said. "However, many U.S. multi-nationals, unsurprisingly, have business in China and aims directed at exploiting markets there.
  2. Iran Reports Lofting Monkey Into Space, Calling It Prelude to Human Flight By William J. Broad The New York Times 28 January 2013 -- “It’s significant in that it shows progress toward manned spaceflight,” he said in an interview.
  3. Iran May Not Be Behind Bank Cyberattacks, Experts Say By Paul Wagensei TechNewsDaily 11 January 2013 -- "[It] could just as well be a loose group of those sympathetic to Iran and the Middle East and angry as hell at U.S. involvement there," said George Smith, a senior fellow at the Washington, D.C.-based think tank GlobalSecurity.org.
  4. Satellites Spot China’s Mysterious New Warplane By David Axe Wired.com: Danger Room 04 January 2013 -- But even after that happens, the Y-20 will probably need lots of work. Indeed, when it comes to jet-transport technology Beijing is “falling behind, not catching up,” John Pike...writes in an e-mail to Danger Room.