China’s Cyber-Militia

Shane Harris writes on the nationaljournal.com: Computer hackers in China, including those working on behalf of the Chinese government and military, have penetrated deeply into the information systems of U.S. companies and...

Woeser’s Middleway Blog Hacked Again (Updated)

Beijing-based Tibetan writer/blogger Woeser has been writing the “Tibet Update” series on her Middleway blog, hosted outside of China. At about 3 am Beijing time on May 28, 2008, her blog was hacked by a group...

Hackers Attack Via Chinese Web Sites – Bradley Graham

From The Washington Post: Web sites in China are being used heavily to target computer networks in the Defense Department and other U.S. agencies, successfully breaching hundreds of unclassified networks, according to several...

China hackers molest Taiwan gov’t Web sites

From the China Post: “Government agencies responsible for information security operations yesterday revealed that cyberspace attackers, allegedly mainly from China, mounted more than 5,000 assaults on various government...

South Korea papers on hacker’s acttack.

Called it a cyberwar between the two states maybe an overstatement. But this editorial on the Korea Herald is making a serious point for their country’s computer network security. “In its initial investigation, the...

Seoul: Hackers in China Attack Government Servers

According to Reuters – “Hackers based in China have attacked South Korean government computers via two kinds viruses, prompting the country to tighten security in cyberspace, a spy agency said on Tuesday. ”...



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