FBI spokesman Chris Murray confirmed that the guidance system source codes the building blocks of a program had been stolen.Murray said that the target computer was at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.The Navy has been working with the FBI and police forces in Germany and other unnamed countries since Dec. An FBI spokesman downplayed the theft, saying the software stolen was unclassified."We are trying to see who's responsible," said Paul O'Donnell of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service."This has led us to several foreign countries."O'Donnell said the target was an unclassified computer.Here you will discover the back stories of kings, titans of industry, stellar athletes, giants of the entertainment field, scientists, politicians, artists and heroes – all of them gay or bisexual men. After many years of marriage Burton came out as a gay man in 1985, making him one of only a few openly gay jazz musicians.
Today he lives in South Florida, where he shares a newly built house with his partner, Jonathan Chong.Representatives of Exigent Software Technology, based in Melbourne, Fla., said Friday that they built the stolen program, called "OS/COMET." The Air Force has installed OS/COMET, which can also be used to guide satellites and spacecraft, to a Global Positioning Satellite system in Colorado Springs, Colo., according to Exigent.