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Chinese diplomacy has found a new voice on Twitter – and it’s not entirely diplomatic.
More than 200 VPN servers have been compromised in a massive campaign by hackers, according to a report by leading Chinese internet provider Qihoo 360. The report attributed the attacks to advanced hacker group DarkHotel.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation and cybersecurity experts believe Chinese hackers are trying to steal research on developing a vaccine against coronavirus, two newspapers reported May 11.
The FBI and US Department of Homeland Security are planning to release a warning about the hacking as governments race to develop a vaccine, two reports say. China’s foreign affairs ministry spokesman rejected the allegation, saying China firmly opposes all cyberattacks.
About a year ago, Sangita Gaikwad’s teenage daughter Mona introduced her to TikTok. Like many first-time users of the quirky video-sharing app, Gaikwad, a homemaker in a farming village in western India, was baffled.
TikTok on Aug 17 stepped up its defense against US accusations that the popular video app is a national security threat, denouncing what it called "rumours and misinformation" about its links to the Chinese government.
Public opinion in China over ByteDance’s legal challenge remains mixed, with many netizens saying the company ‘has no backbone’. Even if its lawsuit succeeds, ByteDance still has to deal with the other executive order about divesting TikTok’s US operations.
Chinese consumers could boycott Apple if the United States bans WeChat, China's foreign ministry spokesman warned Aug 28, as the clock ticks down on a US order to block the popular social app.
‘It is critical that this country not use apps that are made in China,’ White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said in an interview. The Trump administration has previously issued orders banning transactions related to TikTok and WeChat, and ordering ByteDance to divest its US operations.
Russian, Chinese and Iranian hackers have stepped up efforts to disrupt the US election by targeting the campaigns of President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, a Microsoft Corp investigation found.