http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/558776.html By Haaretz Staff March 30, 2005 / Adar2 19, 5765 A laptop computer containing classified military information was apparently stolen from the commander of an elite Israel Defense Forces unit while he was on vacation, Israel Radio reported Wednesday morning. The lieutenant colonel, who was on a field trip with his soldiers at the time of the apparent theft, said he left his computer at his desk in his office. However, an officer who was on-call at the time the computer was stolen says it was not in the office. According to military protocol, a laptop computer containing classified material must be kept locked in the base's vault. The commander was sentenced to two weeks in a military prison. Military police are investigating the circumstances that led to the disappearance of the computer. _________________________________________ Network Security - http://www.auditmypc.com Free vulnerability test - How secure is your computer?
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