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U.S. and key allies accuse China of Microsoft Exchange cyberattacks – HotAir

U.S. and key allies accuse China of Microsoft Exchange cyberattacks – HotAir

says that China's Ministry of State Security is using contract hackers to conduct the attacks, many of which are being done for profit, including via ransomware., Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Japan say they can now, "with high confidence," attribute the March attack using the Exchange flaw to cyberattackers affiliated with China's state security ministry.6 riot today 4 Rochester mayor hit with gun charge, child endangerment 5 The Atlanta police exodus continues apace 6 Pepper the robot discontinued after being repeatedly fired from jobs 7 DeSantis joined Abbott at the border for a security briefing, fleebagger respondsWhy it matters: It's the first time that NATO, a military alliance founded in 1949 to confront the Soviet Union, has signed onto a formal condemnation of China's cyber activities.

1 California court strikes down law against "misgendering" speech 2 Graham: Maybe Senate Republicans should walk out to freeze Senate like Texas Dems did 3 First felony sentencing in Jan.Zoom in: Authorities are detailing more than 50 different techniques that Chinese state-sponsored actors used, and offering up recommended mitigations that businesses and organizations can take.

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