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On Monday CrowdStrike identified another group that has been dubbed Putter Panda, a cyber-espionage team that conducts operations from Shanghai and reportedly works on behalf of the PLA's 3rd Department 12th Bureau Unit 61486.
On Monday the United States Department of Justice announced that cyber-spying charges had been filed against five officers of the Chinese military. The DOJ accused them of stealing trade secrets from six U.S. companies.
The New York Times released a second report claiming that the infamous Shanghai-based hacker group Unit 61398 are back at it, and this time they’re using different techniques to avoid being spotted.
China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has recently been accused of hacking into a number of American, Canadian and UK networks. Today, Reuters reported that the PLA may be getting some help in the way of research from faculty members at a top Chinese University.
WASHINGTON, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- A report by an independent research firm concludes that the Chinese military, the People's Liberation Army, is likely behind many recent episodes of cyber espionage and cyber intrusions against the United States. The white paper was assembled over several months by a small team of journalists and researchers, reviewing military, academic, technical and government documents as well as interviewing government sources.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China marked "Army Day" on Tuesday with a warning from its defense minister that the mainland would never tolerate Taiwan independence, but he stopped short of directly threatening the use of force against the self-governed island.
China's military has cut back its troops by 200,000, the official mouthpiece of the People's Liberation Army said on Monday, reinforcing its high-tech military ambitions to overtake rival Taiwan.
By Opheera McDoom KHARTOUM (Reuters) - After more than two decades of bloody guerrilla warfare, John Garang led his rebel army from the battlefield to a peace deal sealed in January with the northern Islamic government of Sudan. Along the way, he allied himself with communists, courted U.S.
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