[citation][nom]jimmysmitty[/nom]I think hackers that hack to steal private data, such as your own if its there, should be considered criminals. And especially if they steal military grade secrets. If terrorists got their hands on the technology we have, like the JSAF, they could easily over throw countries and kill thousands of innocent people.Network security is extremley important in this day and age. People rely on multiple ways to utilize their money and that should never be compromised due to price. Same with the people who work to develop the tools necessary to ensure our freedoms. Imagine if a radical group got the names and addresses for our military people and their families. Imagine if someone in your family was targeted because they serve. If either of my brothers or cousins, who are all serving, got killed due to that I would want vengance.[/citation]
Dude, think for a second; what coould any "terrorist" organization do with that type of info? Build a fighter jet out of sand and rocks? Gimme a break. The most they could do was sell this info to the highest bidder, but that in itself will not cause any major change in it's M.O. they could prolly buy another month worth of ammo.
This incident also proves that there are no hackers involved; having the key to a door is not hacking, merely breaking an entering, and the blame goes entirely to the employee(s) that "lost" (read: sold) the said key.
Using some logic before jumping into catastrophic conclusions would have saved countless lives; too bad that while the population increases, the overall amount of common sense remains the same.