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Chinese suspected of seeking military secrets via Facebook
Wednesday - 3/14/2012, 8:36am EDT
The Guardian newspaper reports the spies created a fake Facebook profile pretending to be NATO's most senior military commander Admiral James Stavridis. The goal: to glean inside information from his closest friends and colleagues.
This kind of web fraud is called social engineering and is increasingly common. NATO says it isn't clear who was behind the pages but the digital fingerprints point towards China.
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