China suspected of Facebook attack on Nato's supreme allied commander
Beijing cyber-spies accused of using fake social networking accounts in bid to steal military secrets from the west
Date Written: 10/03/2012
Year Published: 2012
Resource Type: Article
Nato's most senior military commander has been allegedly been targeted in a Facebook scam designed to glean information about him from his colleagues, friends and family.
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