Is There Nothing We Can Do To Stop Chinese Hackers?

Is There Nothing We Can Do To Stop Chinese Hackers?

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New The New York Times has a pretty stunning story this morning about Chinese military hackers. A security firm called Mandiant managed to track a huge number of attacks back to a single building near Shanghai that's operated by the Chinese military, a place called Unit 61398. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt...
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Security firm releases screen capture video of alleged Chinese military hackers at work

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Security firm Mandiant has released a damning report offering unprecedented evidence, including screen capture video, of the actions of an alleged Chinese military-backed hacking group. The report, titled “APT1: Exposing One of China’s Cyber Espionage Units“, tracks the cyber espionage group dubbed Advanced Persistent Threat 1 as far back as...
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FBI May Be Collaborating With Facebook Following Hack

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The governmental crime fighters have been called in over reports that user data may have been compromised. Reuters is reporting that the FBI have been called in following last week's hacking of Facebook. Although the firm hasn't confirmed it itself--the social media giant claims that there is no evidence...
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...And Facebook Got Hacked, Too

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Seems you can't turn around without hearing of another big company having its shirt pulled over its head by hackers. The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal both got exploited by Chinese hackers recently, and a Michigan television station put out a zombie-related Emergency Alert message in a clever, though...
...And Facebook Got Hacked, Too

Cyber Attacks Against Journalists Are On The Rise, Says Advocacy Group

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More journalists are now the target of cyber attacks, said the Committee to Protect Journalists. CPJ deputy director Robert Mahoney said cyber attacks on individuals and news organizations have increased notably over the past few years and that the practice serves as easy and inexpensive censorship. In a press conference...
Cyber Attacks Against Journalists Are On The Rise, Says Advocacy Group

Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock And Norwest Back Stealthy Cyber Security Startup Founded By NSA Engineers, Morta

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Stealthy cyber security startup Morta Security is announcing seed funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, Data Collective, Larry Link, and Peter Wagner. While the company did not disclose the amount raised, we hear from sources it is over $1 million. While we don’t yet have in-depth details...
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Rupert Murdoch: Wall Street Journal still under attack from Chinese hackers

Chinese are 'still hacking' WSJ

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Rupert Murdoch tweets that the Wall Street Journal newspaper is still being attacked by Chinese hackers....
Chinese are 'still hacking' WSJ

Rupert Murdoch Claims Hackers Are Still Going For WSJ

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After the tycoon disclosed this on Twitter feed, it was eagerly pointed out in the responses that News Corp itself was no stranger to hacking. Chinese hackers are still trying to infiltrate the Wall Street Journal, says Rupert Murdoch, almost a week after news broke that U.S. media firms...
Rupert Murdoch Claims Hackers Are Still Going For WSJ

Rupert Murdoch says Chinese hackers are still targeting Wall Street Journal

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Media mogul tweets: 'Chinese still hacking us, or were over weekend'Rupert Murdoch has waded into the row over cyber-attacks from China, by tweeting that hackers have continued their work.The Wall Street Journal, which is owned by Murdoch's News Corporation, was one of several media organisations to disclose that it had...
Rupert Murdoch says Chinese hackers are still targeting Wall Street Journal
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