China Says U.S. Internet Addresses Have Been Used to Seize Its Computers to Target Computers in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine
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China’s state news agency Xinhua said that China has experienced continuous cyberattacks since February in which internet addresses in the United States have been used to seize control of Chinese computers to target Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.
"Monitoring by the CNCERT/CC found that since late February, China's internet has continuously faced cyberattacks from abroad. These overseas groups attacked by taking control of computers in the country to carry out cyber attacks on Russia, Ukraine and Belarus," the agency said, quoting the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team/Coordination Center of China (CNCERT/CC). "Afte…
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