North Korea’s jamming of Global Positioning System signals on the Korean Peninsula this week illustrates a “life-threatening” vulnerability of the Army’s Rifleman Radio, which is equipped with a nonmilitary GPS chip, a former top Defense Department official told Nextgov.
The Army plans to test the hand-held radio this month at its semiannual Network Integration Evaluation exercise at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., which began Tuesday.
Agents of the South Korean secret service admit that they tap the Google mail service to hunt down criminals.
In a investigation on the 52 year old teacher Kim Hyeong-geun the South Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS) used his data packets to read the teacher his e-mails.
According to the NIS it was necessary to tap the teacher his e-mail box.