Hackers steal 500 MB of data from NASA

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has been hacked by hackers and 500 MB of data has been hacked.
A NASA report released on June 18, 2019, states that its network, which is part of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory The lab was hacked by a hacker. NASA claims that the hackers used a device called Raspberry Pi, a small computer to hack into the network.

Raspberry Pi is commonly used to learn the basics of computer programming and to create a project. Self (DIY Projects). Hacker used the Raspberry Pi to create holes for access to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL Servers) servers.
According to a NASA report, the hackers hacked into about 500 MB of data containing 23 files. Among the documents stolen by the hacker were important documents containing information about the mission of the Mars Science Laboratory. (Mars Science Laboratory Mission).

The intrusion into NASA’s network has been going on for about 10 months, since April 2018, but NASA has just officially launched recently. Following the hacking, NASA IT security experts rushed to increase the security of their storage servers. Also.

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