Skip to comments.China summons US envoy over cyber-spying charges, vows retaliation
Posted on 05/20/2014 1:01:42 PM PDT by tcrlaf
China has dismissed all US accusations of industrial cyber-espionage against five of its military officials and published proof that Washington is actually stealing data from China. Beijing also summoned the US ambassador for an explanation.
Beijing reacted to Washingtons recent round of industrial espionage accusations by publishing its latest data on US cyber-attacks against China.
Chinas National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team Coordination Center of China (NCNERTTCC) reported that during just two months, from March 19 to May 18, the US directly controlled 1.18 million host computers in China using 2,077 Trojan horse networks or botnet servers.
According to the NCNERTTCC, over the last two months 135 host computers stationed in the US conducted 14,000 phishing operations against Chinese websites using for the attacks 563 phishing pages. The other hacking activities through the same period of time included 57,000 backdoor attacks, performed from 2,016 IP addresses in the US through backdoors implanted on 1,754 Chinese websites
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What is Obama's endgame, charging Chinese officers personally, with all of the NSA stuff out there??
His endgame? To hurt America.
Thank goodness....we don’t spy.
China is doing an Obama on Obama. Lying their asses off and accusing others of doing what they do. Not that Obama cares much that they spy on us a lot. But he knows he has to keep up appearances that Dems care about foreigners that try to undermine us and steal from us. But few Dems give a crap.
Dems are not interested in foreign policy. This doesn’t buy them votes. What they really want is to tax you and me more and buy votes with it. And hand out money (one way or another) to favored constituencies. This is the only policy they really care about. Buying votes to stay in power. Then one day cashing in as a lobbyist or connected Wall Streeter or connected lawyer what have you. Peddling influence
The retaliation will be to engage in a lot more cyber-spying.
Big Kabuki theater put on for the sheeple of the USA and China. Its not as though we will be able to arrest and try these Chinese cyber-spies in a million years. Just another BS display by the Obama/Dems.
Lo-info sheeple will be impressed
According to an old article from, as I recall, CERT, at the end of the cold war the KGB’s cyber group went rogue and set up in the wholesale cyber-crime business. For example, they’d steal a hundred thousand identities, and then sell them in lots to other criminal enterprises. At some point several years ago, they went dark; disappeared from the web. Then, weeks later, they came back online. They had relocated to a building next to China’s equivalent of the CIA. Now, they operate under the protection of China. So, is China involved in cyber crime? Up to their armpits.
Since 1,000 Dogs here have died eating dog treats manufactured in China, maybe a boycott of all products MADE IN CHINA would be more effective than a stern statement from Obama’s Secretary of Statements, John Kerry?
Given that he cant play basketball or golf... I’m be tempted to say that thats his ONLY Game..
I’d love to be able to completely eliminate any reliance I might have on RED CHINESE products
Is the toilet paper i buy even made in the USA...I will have to go read the packaging...
Elimination of anything MADE IN CHINA is a dirty business, but so is Military theft by the Chinese special Army Hacking Unit.
Think of it this way: A year-long BOYCOTT of all MADE IN CHINA products would be more effective than a well-placed, armed, Obamadrone into the Hacker’s Building in Shanghai.
I cant find SOCKS that aren’t made in China these days!
Sounds like Secretary of Statements Kerry has a new mission:
Make a binding Foreign Trade Agreement to supply socks to us barefoot boys with cheeks of tan!
AMERICAN MADE SOCKS NOW!!!
WHOA! Talk like that and big buyers of Foreign products such as Wal Mart will be forced to go to a 19 hour week!
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