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Data of over 8,000 at Mitsubishi Electric feared leaked in cyberattack

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Japan has no concept of security. The government recommended installing anti virus software to stop hackers. They just have no grasp of what an attack is.

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The attack came as Mitsubishi Electric has been strengthening its cybersecurity business, offering services on protection at data centers, office buildings and public facilities since July last year.

Typical Japanese megacorp strategy. Move into a field you don't quite understand and sell it to people who know even less but trust your name.

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A Chinese cybercrime group is suspected of carrying out the unauthorized access to personal computers and servers, a source close to the matter said

china-nese....again. And they wonder why the world doesn't like them.

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Blaming a 3rd party again. What had happen to , how great Japanese companies are ???.

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gogogoToday 07:54 am JST

Japan has no concept of security. The government recommended installing anti virus software to stop hackers. They just have no grasp of what an attack is.

You speak as if other corporations around the world have not been hacked in and leaked data.

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