Washington/Beijing: US security agencies warned that Chinese hackers have breached "major telecommunications companies," among a range of targets worldwide, by exploiting known software flaws in routers and other popular network networking gear.
Washington, US: The corporate vice president of Microsoft's Customer Security and Trust (CST) team, Tom Burt, said Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) has disrupted the activities of a China-based hacking group that has been termed "Nickel" by the American multinational technology company.
New York: A Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) document has revealed that New York’s subway system was targeted by hackers with links to the Chinese government in April, media reports said.
Washington: The US Department of Justice recently said a group of hackers, who are associated with China’s main intelligence service, infiltrated more than 100 companies and organizations around the world to steal intelligence.
Washington/IBNS: The United States is planning to issue a warning that hackers tied to the Chinese government are attempting to steal information from researchers working to develop a coronavirus vaccine, media reports said.
Beijing/IBNS: When the world is busy combating COVID-19, a Chinese hacking group has been conducting “ongoing” espionage operations on foreign governments across Asia, a security firm said.
Beijing/IBNS: In a “criminal heist” spanning the globe, Chinese military hackers allegedly stole personal information of more than 13 million Britons, media reports said on Tuesday.
Kathmandu, Sept 20: Chinese hackers are allegedly committing international cyber thefts and it was evident after five nationals were arrested by Nepali police recently for their involvement in hacking bank data and withdrawing millions of rupees from various Automated Teller Machine (ATM) booths using fake VISA cards in Kathmandu city.