A new report released by cybersecurity firm FireEye on Friday revealed that U.S. engineering and...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 3, 2016
As Chinese authorities frequently point out in response to foreign accusations that it sponsors...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 9, 2015
Filmmaker Laura Poitras—who is best known for receiving classified documents from and then...
by 不忘初心 | Sep 18, 2013
U.S. computer security software company Symantec says a Chinese group of hackers named...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 27, 2013
As accusations of hacking take an increasingly prominent role in Sino-U.S. relations, former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen argues that a quieter approach will yield better results than “megaphone diplomacy”....
by Samuel Wade | Mar 21, 2013
Update: The Korean Communications Commission has announced that its original attribution was a mistake, and that the IP address involved in the attack actually belongs to one of the targeted companies. The attack is still...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 12, 2013
Following the Mandiant report that exposed a major hacking group linked to the People’s Liberation Army, the Los Angeles Times has now tracked down the personal blog of one of the alleged hackers. In the blog, which was...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 19, 2013
In the recent string of hacking attacks against American newspapers, government departments and other organizations, the difficulty of definitively attributing such actions has been a recurring theme. Chinese authorities have...
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