US Navy Preps For WAR: New ‘Sea Dragon’ Weapon Data Hacked By Chinese

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The new Navy “Sea Dragon” is a secret weapon being developed by the government and an unknown defense contractor.  The weapon is said to be able to give its submarines a new, “disruptive offensive capability” to take on enemy ships.

The previously unknown weapon, dubbed the “Sea Dragon”,  is most likely a new version of a versatile air defense missile capable of pinch-hitting as an anti-ship missile. The Washington Post broke the story over the weekend that Chinese hackers had compromised the computers of a Navy contractor and stolen 614 gigabytes of data. The stolen data pertained to the Navy’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center, which conducts research and development on submarine systems. According to the Post, the stolen data includes, “signals and sensor data, submarine radio room information relating to cryptographic systems, and the Navy submarine development unit’s electronic warfare library.”

According to Popular Mechanics, this hack by the…

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US Navy Preps For WAR: New ‘Sea Dragon’ Weapon Data Hacked By Chinese