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  1. The United States expressed concern Friday over reports China has used a powerful censorship tool dubbed “Great Cannon” to attack websites around the world. Researchers reported in April that the “Great Cannon” is an online attack system used to hijack web traffic and enforce the country’s broad censorship of information online. The system was used to shut down websites aimed at helping Chinese bypass the country’s extensive online restrictions known as the “Great Firewall,” experts said. “We are concerned by reports that China has used a new cyber capability to interfere with the ability of w
  2. Proxy Level 1 (Elite) IP Port Type Country Area City Last update(ago) 8080 High Anonymous UNITED STATES MASSACHUSETTS WAKEFIELD 239:48:04 3128 High Anonymous - - - 239:58:53 87 High Anonymous UNITED STATES MARYLAND GERMANTOWN 242:24:15 8080 High Anonymous UNITED STATES TENNESSEE NASHVILLE 242:25:15 80 High Anonymous UNITED STATES ARIZONA TEMPE 242:25:15 87 High Anonymous UNITED STATES MARYLAND GERMANTOWN 242:25:15 3129 High Anonymous - - - 243:25:54 87 High Anonymous UNITED STATES MARYLAND GERMANTOWN 245:09:26 87 High Anonymous UNITED STATES MARYLAND GERMANTOWN 245:09:26 8080
  3. As a Chinese living outside of China, I frequently visit Chinese websites, many of which use advertising and visitor tracking provided by Baidu, the largest search engine available in China. As I was browsing one of the most popular Chinese infosec community in China, zone.wooyun.org, at around 12:00pm GMT+8, my browser suddenly started to pop up JS alerts every 5 seconds. Baidu’s traffic hijacked to DDoS GitHub.com | Insight-labs
  4. China finally admits it has special cyber warfare units — and a lot of them. From years China has been suspected by U.S. and many other countries for carrying out several high-profile cyber attacks, but every time the country strongly denied the claims. However, for the first time the country has admitted that it does have cyber warfare divisions – several of them, in fact. In the latest updated edition of a PLA publication called The Science of Military Strategy, China finally broke its silence and openly talked about its digital spying and network attack capabilities and clearly stated that
  5. Recently a mobile-security firm Bluebox claimed that the brand new Xiaomi Mi4 LTE comes pre-installed with spyware/adware and a "forked" vulnerable version of Android operating system on top of it, however, the company denies the claim. Xiaomi, which is also known as Apple of China, provides an affordable and in-budget smartphones with almost all features that an excellent smartphone provides. On 5th March, when Bluebox researchers claimed to have discovered some critical flaws in Mi4 LTE smartphone, Xiaomi issued a statement to The Hacker News claiming that "There are glaring inaccuracies in
  6. Beijing has rejected President Obama's criticism of its plan to make tech companies put backdoors in their software and share their encryption keys if they want to operate in China. On Monday, Mr Obama told the Reuters news agency he had "made it very clear" China had to change its policy if it wanted to do business with the US. But Beijing said it needed the powers to combat terrorism and tackle leaks. It also suggested the West was guilty of having double standards. "The legislation is China's domestic affair, and we hope the US side can take a right, sober and objective view towards it," sa
  7. Chinese hackers have launched a wave of man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks capable of stealing emails, contacts and passwords is targeting Microsoft Outlook users in the country. Greatfire.org, a group that reports on and works to combat Chinese government online censorship and surveillance, reported uncovering the campaign this week. "On January 17, we received reports that Microsoft's email system, Outlook (which was merged with Hotmail in 2013), was subjected to a MITM attack in China," read the Greatfire threat advisory. "This form of attack is especially devious because the warning messages
  8. The Twitter accounts of the New York Post and United Press International (UPI) have been hacked with fake tweets on economic and military news. In one post, the Pope was quoted on UPI's Twitter feed as saying that "World War III has begun". Meanwhile, the New York Post's account said that hostilities had broken out between the United States and China. It is the latest hack of a high-profile social media account, four days after US military command was compromised. UPI, which is based in Washington, confirmed in a statement that both its Twitter account and news website had been hacked. Six fa
  9. By Anna Leach After China, the world’s biggest source of global data theft comes from inside the European Union, said a report published Tuesday. Verizon Communications Inc.’s Data Breach Report 2013 found that more than a quarter of the world’s data thieves operated in Romania. Some 28% of the hackers behind 47,000 data breaches investigated by Verizon were working from Romania. That was second only to China with 30%. By contrast only 18% of data thieves were acting out of the U.S. said the company. In a wide-ranging report, Verizon found that the majority of data thieves are not high-tech es
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