US accuses China of cyber espionage on American companies

cybershark

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It seems people don't read. Are the NSA going after Chinese companies intellectual property and giving them to US businesses?
 

ghoti

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People have a hissy fit if America does anything, but then just laugh when another country does it.

People are ****ed up.
 

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People have a hissy fit if America does anything, but then just laugh when another country does it.

People are ****ed up.
So now just because the word police say it is so , every one believes them :D

America has been doing it for years whether for economics or what ever .
 
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Fulcrum29

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People have a hissy fit if America does anything, but then just laugh when another country does it.

People are ****ed up.
It goes either way, however it is the USA complaining in this case. I can also be certain that they are being hypocrites under these conditions.
 

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That's rich: the US complaining 'cos China has better hackers ... :D
They're "sloppy". The problem is that they are actually able to get into places other than just the honeypots. The very real problem is their targeting of infrastructure.

Chinese Hacking Team Caught Taking Over Decoy Water Plant

The group, known as APT1, was caught by a research project that provides the most significant proof yet that people are actively trying to exploit the vulnerabilities in industrial control systems.

http://www.technologyreview.com/new...ng-team-caught-taking-over-decoy-water-plant/
Exposé of Chinese Data Thieves Reveals Sloppy Tactics

APT1 is part of Unit 61398 of the Chinese army, and is engaged in a campaign to perform industrial espionage to aid Chinese companies and gather intelligence that could be used for computer-based attacks against U.S. energy infrastructure. Most victims were in the U.S. but companies in Canada, the U.K., South Africa, and Israel were also targeted.

http://www.technologyreview.com/news/511456/expos-of-chinese-data-thieves-reveals-sloppy-tactics/
 
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