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China Has "Taken The Gloves Off" In New Hacking Attacks On US - Report
A new report using ‘incident response’ data reveals sources inside China are leading the rapidly increasing sophistication of destructive cyber attacks against US-based targets.
On Wednesday, the US government warned that a hacking group dubbed "Cloud Hopper" has been attacking technology service providers as a means to steal client data. The hacking campaign, allegedly involved in cyber espionage and intellectual property theft, has been linked to the Chinese Ministry of State Security's Tianjin Bureau, according to Reuters...
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a statement this week reporting that experts from two US cybersecurity firms are warning that Chinese hacking activity has increased amid the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing. The trade war escalated in June when US President Donald Trump slapped a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, with Beijing quickly responding in kind.
Trump accused China of "unfair trade," including alleged state-led efforts to steal US technology and intellectual property, as well as "discriminatory technology licensing practices." Chinese authorities have repeatedly denied allegations by US cyber security firms that it is involved in illegal hacking. In September, Trump issued new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, prompting a tariff hike on $60 billion of American products from Beijing...
"What was notable was that we saw a resurgence of Chinese attacks," Carbon Black's chief cybersecurity officer, Tom Kellermann, recently asserted to ArsTechnica.
"And I think that's in direct line with the increasing tension with the South China Sea coupled with the trade war. Essentially, the Chinese have taken the gloves off."
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