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l-3 communications


L-3 to give Navy "Internet in the sky"

The U.S. military on Tuesday said that L-3 Communications will provide the Navy with airborne communications as part of a contract with its Naval Battleforce Network program. L-3 was given $1.5 million as part of the contract. The program will have a value of $8.7 million once projects are completed over a 4-year term. L-3 will give the Navy and the Marines "Internet in the sky" capabilities, allowing them to communicate with manned and unmanned aircraft. The technology will also help the Navy solve problems with routing and convergence of wireless communications, the company said.

May 14, 2002


Police now 'see' through walls and know if you're home

Technically Incorrect: The Range-R is a piece of military equipment that police are using now to check if there's someone in a building.

By January 20, 2015


China nabbing 'great deal' of U.S. military secrets

That's the word from National Security Agency director Gen. Keith Alexander, who also said that China was responsible for last year's RSA attacks.

By March 28, 2012


Report: Data stolen in RSA breach used to target defense contractor

Unidentified source tips Wired to L-3 Communications e-mail about attacks, which follow Lockheed Martin breach.

By June 1, 2011


Who is behind the hacks? (FAQ)

Several hacking groups have taken credit for recent attacks on Sony and others. Who are they and why are they doing it?

By June 14, 2011


Attacks on Sony, others show it's open hacking season

Spate of Sony hacks amid more serious attacks shows revival of digital pranks in wake of Anonymous online protests in support of WikiLeaks.

By June 8, 2011


RSA to replace SecurID tokens following breaches

Amid a wave of cyberattack against Lockheed and other companies, the SecurID maker is offering to replace the tokens for customers concerned about risk to their networks and data.

By June 7, 2011


China linked to new breaches tied to RSA

Security experts say cyberattacks on defense contractors fits the pattern of China-related espionage.

By June 6, 2011


Obama's new BlackBerry: The NSA's secure PDA?

RIM's BlackBerry may not be certified by the National Security Agency to handle top-secret material, but a PDA-phone called the Sectera Edge has been. Its operating system: Microsoft Windows Mobile.

By January 13, 2009


Invisible airborne laser also 'deniable'

Boeing tests Advanced Tactical Laser, boasts of pinpoint accuracy.

By August 18, 2008