February 19, 2013

Inside the Chinese Cyber War on U.S.

Sanger, New York Times

AP Photo

The building off Datong Road, surrounded by restaurants, massage parlors and a wine importer, is the headquarters of P.L.A. Unit 61398. A growing body of digital forensic evidence — confirmed by American intelligence officials who say they have tapped into the activity of the army unit for years — leaves little doubt that an overwhelming percentage of the attacks on American corporations, organizations and government agencies originate in and around the white tower.

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TAGGED: China, Hacking, Cyberwarfare, Unit 61398, PLA, People's Liberation Army

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