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Chinese hackers again pointed . Monday, July 19, the United States and their allies convicted China for alleged "malicious" cyberactivities, including Microsoft messaging hacking that affected tens of thousands of computers around the world. This is not the first time that the Chinese regime is accused by the White House to protect or even "sponsor" such attacks. In response, Beijing has strongly denounced this Tuesday, July 20 of "unfounded" accusations, accusing Washington to be "the world champion" of cyberattacks.
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with our correspondent in Beijing, Stéphane Lagarde
It is from the tropical island of Hainan, invaded summer and winter by the tourists, that the Chinese hackers would have launched their attacks, indicates the Department of State American. According to the United States Department of Justice, the four Chinese indulpted nationals managed a network of computer hackers acting via screens, including one - Hainan Xiandun Technology Development - today dissolved, would have worked with the Department of The safety of this Chinese province of South-East China.Virtual Virtual Private Screens and Servers
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One way to keep cyberspionage activities from Beijing and mitigating suspicions. The attacks started in January and wereby Microsoft. Twelve . Flights from industrial secrets (autonomous vehicles, aeronautics, genetic sequencing) and commercial information to conquer markets (infrastructure projects, high-speed train line): since 2013 and the discovery of "Unity 61398", The United States and their allies regularly accuse the Chinese regime to protect or even sponsor its hackers.
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This unity of Chinese pirates operating from a base of the People's Liberation Army in Shanghai, which has long served as scarecar, would have since been replaced by even more discrete actors falling behind screens and private virtual servers ( VPS) allowing indirect attacks more and more sophisticated.
revealed in 2014, the "Axiom" offensive would have targetedLarge-scale Cybersurveillance . In September 2020, the group dubbed APT41 was targeted as a variety of sectors as the education.
This large-scale cybersurveillance is developed at the national level by the Chinese Ministry of State Security. In China, many journalists, lawyers, human rights activists have not waited for the, to look at their mobile phone otherwise.
But concerning the stranger, the accusations of cyberspionage have always been denied by Beijing. "The Chinese government never undertakes in activities of cyberattacks or cybervols," said China's Embassy on Monday in the United States, referring to each time the Prosecution on "American agencies" which, according to Chinese diplomacy are "engaged in activities of cyber intrusion and cyber surveillance, including against their allies."
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