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Analysis, Security - Wednesday, May 21, 2014 11:36 - 3 Comments
analysis In a surprising move, a US District Court has charged five members of the Chinese military with hacking six US companies to obtain commercial secrets over the last eight years. The move has been denounced by the Chinese government and the US Ambassador has been called to Beijing as a result.
Given there is no extradition treaty in place between the US and China, and in any case the Chinese would never give up members of their military to the US, the trial is extremely unlikely to ever go ahead. The indictment does not provide much detail on how these Chinese military hackers were identified, nor how the hacks were traced back to their unit, codenamed 61398.
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