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One of China’s leading cryptography researchers has issued a report accusing government officials in China of targeting American universities for espionage, according to the South China Morning Post.
Chinese security expert Xu Chengde reported that the Ministry of Commerce and Foreign Trade (MCF) allegedly targeted major universities in U.S. and China with “sensory spying” and attempts to intimidate students into donating money to research related to encryption technologies or to “softening” up cyber security standards.
“These activities are a direct threat to China’s cyberspace security,” Xu said.
UCLA’s security research center (SecCo) discovered that in 2008, U.S. computer scientists and students were targeted in several ways to support the Chinese government’s attempts to undermine Internet security and undermine computer security standards by building an extensive “secure cloud network.” Chinese hacking has helped the authorities build the Chinese government’s “cloud network” by “manipulating the internet.”
Xu’s paper, “China’s Cybersecurity Threat and China’s Threat to the U.S., Canada and Japan,” was released in Beijing on August 25. It is titled “New Directions to Counter the Chinese Cy우리카지노ber-Surveillance.”
U.S. officials have expressed concern about Chinese activity targeting U.S. universities in the last two years and how this activity could negatively impact national security. The White House and Congressional investigators have also discussed the issue with Chinese officials.
On October 7, FBI Director James Comey testified that Chinese officials hacked into the U.S. presidential election’s systems as part of a broader espionage scheme to manipulate public opinion. He also alleged that Chinese hackers compromised critical federal databases, informat우리카지노ion from banks and credit card companies, a number of state-owned internet companies injarvees.com America and a U.S. Senate office building.