Japan military data leak wider than previously thought

Tuesday, 22 May 2007, 12:54 PM EST

Investigators in Japan looking into the leak of data relating to the Aegis missile defense system have discovered other sensitive U.S. military information has been leaked, Japan's Kyodo News reported on Tuesday.

The additional data includes "the highest level of information" relating to sea-based Standard Missile-3 interceptors and the Link 16 system, which is used to exchange reconnaissance satellite data between Japan and the U.S., Kyodo said, quoting "informed sources."

At Computerworld.

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