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Chinese spies hop from one hacked government network to another in Asia Pacific, researchers say

by Sean Lyngaas

The report makes clear that, years after being exposed, Naikon’s hackers are singularly focused on delivering intelligence on China’s regional rivals.

These tiny islands are at the heart of an uncovered Chinese phishing campaign

by Shannon Vavra

Chinese cyber-espionage campaigns frequently coincide with territorial disputes.

Chinese hacking group resurfaces to spy on U.S. maritime firms

by Chris Bing

Researchers say some of the companies are related to the South China Sea territory dispute.

Hacktivists expected to move on from vandalizing websites to more dangerous hacks, report states

by Zaid Shoorbajee

Website defacement is increasingly becoming a staple in the toolkit of activists looking to bring attention to their causes online, according to a report from cybersecurity company Trend Micro.

Chinese hackers tried to spy on U.S. think tanks to steal military strategy documents, CrowdStrike says

by Zaid Shoorbajee

CrowdStrike says it has observed China-based actors try to break into the servers of six Western groups in October and November, marking an uptick in attacks originating from China. Researchers say Meyers the nature of the attacks suggests the hackers were looking for information on how the U.S. coordinates with other governments’ militaries.