China Penetrates U.S. Government Databases
Posted by Joshua Price on February 12, 2008
Everywhere we look we find evidence of China trying to bring America down. I mean first it’s our reserves and debt, then it’s hacking into U.S. databases, then there is the discovery of Chinese spies here, and now we learn of more hacking.
Read the following from SC Magazine, a magazine for security professionals, very carefully and remember what you read when you’re the dollar-worshiping globalists tell you that China is good for America.
An aggressive, non-stop campaign by China to penetrate key government and industry databases in the United States already has succeeded and the United States urgently needs to monitor all internet traffic to critical government and private-sector networks “to find the enemy within,” SANS Institute Director of Research Alan Paller told SCMagazineUS.com.
“They are already in and we have to find them,” Paller said.
Read that again:
“They are already in and we have to find them,”
I’m not surprised. What I’m surprised about, however, is the lack of outrage and concern on this issue. But, hey, who cares? I mean we’re in the middle of a new season of American Idol. After all, the next talentless performer America chooses is far more important than China hacking into government databases and stealing war plans, weapons designs and information, etc.
So what’s our government doing to thwart such attempts to hack into our sensitive systems:
In November, President Bush requested $154 million in funding for what is expected to be a seven-year, multibillion-dollar program to track cyberthreats on government and private networks.
If you heard the President’s State of the Union a couple of weeks back then you ought to be frightened. Bush wants to spend $154 million and a couple billion dollars over seven years? On this surface, it sounds like he considers this a serious threat, but do you remember the additional dollar amount that Bush wants to send to Africa for AIDS relief?
$30 billion–with a B–for a total of $45 billion!
Now let’s see, what’s more important, funding AIDS relief in Africa or preventing cyber attacks against America?
If you have to think about that for more than three seconds you’re on the blog.