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Security Report links China's Army to Cyber Spying

emilyq51 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 7:19 AM
up to I looked at the draft ov $4686, I didn't believe friend woz like they say realie bringing home money in there spare time from there labtop.. there aunts neighbour had bean doing this 4 less than 15 months and resantly repayed the dept on there place and purchased a brand new BMW M3. go to, JUMP30.COM

Internet security experts believe “almost all” powerful institutions in the nation’s capital have been penetrated by Chinese “cyber-spies,” despite persistent denials by China about such activity.

The Chinese military has intruded into at least 141 organizations over seven years, stealing terabytes of data from each, according to a report released Tuesday by Mandiant, a U.S cybersecurity company.

Mandiant concludes in its analysis that that the group of cyber-espionage operators, which it labels APT 1 (APT for “advanced persistent threat”), “is likely government-sponsored and one of the most persistent of China’s cyber threat actors.”

The listing of major Washington institutions allegedly...