Skip to comments.China hacker's angst opens a window onto cyber-espionage
Posted on 04/02/2013 2:41:53 PM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Young man's blog provides a rare glimpse of the secretive hacking establishment of the Chinese military, whose efforts have become a growing concern to the U.S.
BEIJING For a 25-year-old computer whiz enlisted in a People's Liberation Army hacking unit, life was all about low pay, drudgery and social isolation.
Nothing at all like the unkempt hackers of popular imagination, the young man wore a military uniform at work in Shanghai. He lived in a dorm where meals often consisted of instant ramen noodles. The workday ran from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., although hackers were often required to work late into the evening.
(Excerpt) Read more at articles.latimes.com ...
Businessweek (Bllomberg) also has an article:
Read it and weep. If President You Didn't Build That were a genuine American, he'd take action instead of looking the other way from communist Chinese attacks.
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