Finally! We Are A Net Exporter To China!

Er, except in this case it ain’t a good thing

WASHINGTON (AP) – As few as 12 different Chinese groups, largely backed or directed by the government there, do the bulk of the China-based cyberattacks stealing critical data from U.S. companies and government agencies, according to U.S. cybersecurity analysts and experts.

The aggressive, but stealthy attacks, which steal billions of dollars in intellectual property and data, often carry distinct signatures allowing U.S. officials to link them to certain hacker teams. And, analysts say the U.S. often gives the attackers unique names or numbers, and at times can tell where the hackers are and even who they may be.

Sketched out by analysts who have worked with U.S. companies and the government on computer intrusions, the details illuminate recent claims by American intelligence officials about the escalating cyber threat emanating from China. And the widening expanse of targets, coupled with the expensive and sensitive technologies they are losing, is putting increased pressure on the U.S. to take a much harder stand against the communist giant.

They build all the chip and computers.

And then they hack into them and steal our data.

But of course there’s no relationship to be found there.

3 Responses to “Finally! We Are A Net Exporter To China!”

  1. Fausta says:

    Why am I not surprised?

  2. Greg Newson says:

    I suspect President Clinton and others sold their souls for a few million dollars to them.Now the Feds are infighting-with a group of patriots being our last line defense.Soon they will be run out of the government and only traitors will remain..
    Hang in there patriots-you’re the last hope for mankind..

  3. Gary from Jersey says:

    CECOM (RIP) was onto this years ago. Techies used to zap Chinese sites with an electronic bullet that wiped out whole servers. Those days must be over, and now we’re staring at war. Hope O’s satisfied.

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