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Chinese National Arrested in Los Angeles for Hacking Charge in US

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Charges are filed by the FBI against one Chinese malware broker known as Yu Pingan, claiming that he provides malware to hackers, including Sakula Trojan, for breaching numerous computer networks that belongs to the companies in US. The FBI charges that Yu Pingan, known also as “GoldSun”, has conspired with…

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CHINESE HACKERS ATTACK GURUGRAM COMPANY

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The Millennium City witnessed its first case of Ransomware attacks by Chinese hackers with two cases coming to light recently. A city-based clothing company has reported to the Gurugram police that the hackers had demanded Rs 25 lakh from them as ransom. The other case involved a ransom demand of…

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Behind the veil of Chinese white-hat hackers

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Behind the veil of Chinese white-hat hackers

Rebellious, talented and law-abiding twenty-somethings serve as main force in today’s cyber security vigilantism Countless children dream of becoming a superhero. For many, the dream gradually fades. But others are actually realizing their dreams through invisible battles of good versus evil in the virtual world. “The word ‘hacker’ has been defamed. It only reminds people […]

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Chinese cyber security law may make it difficult to manage risks, says Asia financial body

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Chinese cyber security law may make it difficult to manage risks, says Asia financial body

The chief of one of Asia’s most prominent financial trade bodies on Tuesday said new cyber security rules in China could make it harder for foreign companies operating in the country to manage risk as cyber threats become increasingly cross-border.

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

Chinese hackers tried to steal information from a US aircraft carrier patrolling in the South China Sea when the country was under pressure to withdraw its claim over the waters.
USS Ronald Reagan, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, was on patrol

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Tesla Fixes Bugs After Chinese Hackers Show They Can Open Trunk, Apply Brakes

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Tesla Fixes Bugs After Chinese Hackers Show They Can Open Trunk, Apply Brakes

Tesla has rolled out a security patch for its electric cars after Chinese security researchers uncovered vulnerabilities they said allowed them to remotely attack a Tesla Model S sedan.
In a demonstration video, the researchers remotely engaged the brake on

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NSA Targeted Chinese Firewall Maker Huawei, Leaked Documents Suggest

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NSA Targeted Chinese Firewall Maker Huawei, Leaked Documents Suggest

When the mysterious Shadow Brokers dumped a cache of hacking tools used by an NSA-linked group last week, researchers quickly identified a number of the spy agencies’ targets, including American security companies like Cisco, Juniper, and Fortinet.
But until now,

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Decline in Chinese hacking causes cybersecurity firm FireEye to slash jobs

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Decline in Chinese hacking causes cybersecurity firm FireEye to slash jobs

Cybersecurity firm FireEye, well-known for investigating major data breaches and state-sponsored hacking groups, is set to slash up to 400 of its 3,400 jobs after “lower than expected” growth blamed on a decrease in activity from Chinese adversaries.
“As we

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Watch These Chinese Kids Scale A 2,600-Foot Cliff To Get To School

Never complain about your commute again.

Recent footage of Chinese schoolchildren scaling a treacherous, 2,600-foot cliff to get to school is shocking social media users worldwide.

The dangers facing the dozen or so schoolchildren — all of whom are between the ages of 6 and 15, and hail from a remote, impoverished village in Sichuan — first gained widespread attention after Beijing News, a state-owned local newspaper, featured the photos earlier this week.

Children can be seen climbing a rickety ladder with no harness up an almost vertical mountain.

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CHINESE HACKERS ALLEGEDLY BLACKMAIL FOREX BROKERS USING MT4 PROTOCOL VULNERABILITY

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Chinese hackers are allegedly launching cyber attacks on the popular MetaTrader 4 trading platform and are demanding ransom from online forex brokers using it, in order to stop the attacks. According to a report of the LeapRate website, quoting broker sources, the hackers are exploiting an encryption vulnerability in the platform protocol and launch distributed […]

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