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Military prosecutors to indict psychological warfare chief by year-end

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 24 (Yonhap) -- Military prosecutors will indict the director of cyber command's psychological warfare unit before his retirement, scheduled later this month, in connection with an online smear campaign scandal, the defense ministry said Tuesday.

11 cyber warfare officials to be indicted over online smear campaign

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 19 (Yonhap) -- Military prosecutors will indict the head of the psychological warfare unit and 10 other cyber warfare officials on charges over posting political writings in connection with last year's presidential election, the defense ministry said Thursday.

11 cyber warfare officials to be indicted over online smear campaign

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 19 (Yonhap) -- Military prosecutors will indict the head of the psychological warfare unit and 10 other cyber warfare officials on charges over posting political writings in connection with last year's presidential election, the defense ministry said Thursday.

11 cyber warfare officials to be indicted over online smear campaign

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 19 (Yonhap) -- Military prosecutors will indict the head of the psychological warfare unit and 10 other cyber warfare officials on charges over posting political writings in connection with last year's presidential election, the defense ministry said Thursday.

Military set to announce interim result of cyber command probe

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 18 (Yonhap) -- The defense ministry will announce this week the interim result of an investigation into the cyber warfare command over its alleged online smear campaign in last year's presidential election, military officials said Wednesday. The announcement, scheduled for Thursday, coincides with the one-year mark of last December's election in which the then ruling party candidate, Park Geun-hye, won a tight race against the opposition Democratic Party candidate, Moon Jae-in. Park was sworn into office in February.

Military set to announce interim result of cyber command probe

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 18 (Yonhap) -- The defense ministry will announce this week the interim result of an investigation into the cyber warfare command over its alleged online smear campaign in last year's presidential election, military officials said Wednesday. The announcement, scheduled for Thursday, coincides with the one-year mark of last December's election in which the then ruling party candidate, Park Geun-hye, won a tight race against the opposition Democratic Party candidate, Moon Jae-in. Park was sworn into office in February.

Military set to announce interim result of cyber command probe

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 18 (Yonhap) -- The defense ministry will announce this week the interim result of an investigation into the cyber warfare command over its alleged online smear campaign in last year's presidential election, military officials said Wednesday. The announcement, scheduled for Thursday, coincides with the one-year mark of last December's election in which the then ruling party candidate, Park Geun-hye, won a tight race against the opposition Democratic Party candidate, Moon Jae-in. Park was sworn into office in February.

20 cyber warfare officials to be indicted over online smear campaign

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Dec. 17 (Yonhap) -- Military investigators are considering indicting about 20 of the cyber warfare command's officials on charges of engaging in an alleged smear campaign against the opposition candidate during last year's presidential election, sources familiar with the matter said Tuesday. The ministry has been looking into the cyber command the past two months after some members of its psychological warfare unit were caught posting political messages against the opposition camp ahead of the December election.

China rejects latest U.S. hacking accusations

BEIJING, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) -- China on Tuesday rejected a U.S. computer security firm's accusation of Chinese hacking against European countries before the G20 Summit in September. According to recent media reports quoting research by FireEye Inc., Chinese hackers infiltrated the computer networks of five European foreign ministries by sending emails containing tainted files to staff.

Chinese hackers spied on Europeans before G20 meeting: researcher

By Jim Finkle BOSTON (Reuters) - Chinese hackers eavesdropped on the computers of five European foreign ministries before last September's G20 Summit, which was dominated by the Syrian crisis, according to research by computer security firm FireEye Inc
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