Talk:Cyberwarfare in China

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Rename to "Cyberwarfare by the People's Republic of China"? Biophys (talk) 06:42, 17 January 2011 (UTC)

WSJ resource[edit]

Lawmakers Urge Action on Hacking December 22, 2011 by Siobhan Gorman,

Lawmakers on Wednesday seized on revelations that hackers based in China broke into the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's computer network to demand legislation bolstering government and private-sector cybersecurity. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R., Mich.) said the breach at the business-lobbying group showed that the private sector needs better information to defend its computer networks. "Incidents like this show that while the private sector already does much to secure its networks, it needs much clearer authority to detect threats and share information, and needs better access to what the U.S. government knows about dangerous cyber threats," he ...

99.181.132.91 (talk) 03:54, 23 December 2011 (UTC)

Hardware tactic to add[edit]

99.119.128.189 (talk) 04:47, 14 July 2012 (UTC)

Please explain relevance. — Arthur Rubin (talk) 04:53, 14 July 2012 (UTC)

Is this just national efforts or groups based in China? See example below[edit]

Bloomberg LP on Thursday said attempts had been made to infiltrate its systems but that its security wasn't breached. A spokeswoman for Thomson Reuters PLC said its Reuters news service was hacked twice in August. ... Google Inc. and EMC Corp. computer-security unit RSA, among others, have said that their systems have been infiltrated. People familiar with those breaches said they were connected to the Chinese government.

99.109.127.141 (talk) 23:56, 6 February 2013 (UTC)