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Chinese cyberattacks on the US are on the rise again after a years-long truce

The Next Web Wednesday, 20 February 2019
Chinese cyberattacks on the US are on the rise again after a years-long truceAfter a few years of slowdown, it looks like China’s back to hacking US entities, according to a report by Crowdstrike, a cybersecurity firm. The report notes China’s collecting intelligence for its “Made in China 2025” plan that will make the country a world leader in manufacturing. In 2015, then-US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed that neither government would endorse or engage in state-sponsored cyber-espionage to steal info from the other. At that time, Obama said that the US will not sponsor corporate cybertheft, and hoped that China will follow suit. A report released by the US Counterintelligence and…

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