NASA Computer Networks Have Potentially ‘Catastrophic’ Security Holes

NASA’s internal computer network is full of holes and is extremely vulnerable to an external cyberattack, an audit by the Office of the Inspector General has found. Even worse, it appears several of the vulnerabilities have been known for months, yet remained unpatched.

MESSENGER Orbital Photos of Mercury Ready for Release

NASA will release the first image of Mercury from an orbiting spacecraft tomorrow, and more images

MESSENGER Orbital Photos of Mercury Ready for Release

NASA will release the first image of Mercury from an orbiting spacecraft tomorrow, and more images

NASA computer servers vulnerable to attack: audit

NASA’s inspector general warned Monday that computer servers used by the US space agency to control spacecraft were vulnerable to cyber attack through the Internet.

NASA IG Issues Stern Warning to NASA About Computer Network Vulnerability

NASA’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a report today warning that a key NASA computer network remains vulnerable to cyber attack almost a year after an earlier IG report identified the weaknesses and NASA vowed to fix them.

NASA IG Issues Stern Warning to NASA About Computer Network Vulnerability

NASA’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a report today warning that a key NASA computer network remains vulnerable to cyber attack almost a year after an earlier IG report identified the weaknesses and NASA vowed to fix them.