New intelligence report warns China has been in U.S. critical infrastructure for "at least five years"
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China-backed hackers have had access to some major U.S. critical infrastructure for at least five years, according to an intelligence advisory released Wednesday. The hacking campaign laid out in the report marks a sharp escalation in China's willingness to seize U.S. infrastructure - going beyond the typical effort to steal state secrets.
The hacking campaign laid out in the report marks a sharp escalation in China's willingness to seize U.S. infrastructure - going beyond the typical effort to steal state secrets.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation released an advisory Wednesday to warn critical infrastructure operators about China's ongoing hacking interests. According to the advisory, China-backed hacking group Volt Typhoon has been exploiting vulnerabilities in routers, firewalls and VPNs to target water, transportation, energy and communications systems across the country.
According to the advisory, China-backed hacking group Volt Typhoon has been exploiting vulnerabilities in routers, firewalls and VPNs to target water, transportation, energy and communications systems across the country.
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