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12th June 2024 Headlines about China’s Illegal Strikes Spying and Cyber Attacks including China Angers Neighbor With Spy Ship Near Coast!

Headlines about China’s Illegal Strikes Spying and Cyber Attacks!

Espionage death sentence the latest challenge to China–Australia relations

Australian citizen Yang Hengjun’s death sentence for espionage in China has complicated the improvement of China–Australia relations.

How Western shipping lines try to minimize disruption is of great interest to China

Beijing’s intrusion means Western shipping lines must make sure their crews aren’t just masters of the seas but also able to understand the world of…

China state hackers infected 20000 Fortinet VPNs, Dutch spy service says

Hackers working for the Chinese government gained access to more than 20,000 VPN appliances sold by Fortinet using a critical vulnerability that the company…

China Angers Neighbor With Spy Ship Near Coast

Vietnam has issued a pointed rebuke to China after a Chinese government survey ship sailed into waters claimed by the Southeast Asian country.

China Says Stabbing of Four Teachers Won’t Derail US Ties

China said an incident involving four teachers from a US college who were stabbed while walking in a park shouldn’t affect ties between the two nations.

Chinese cyber espionage campaign targets ‘dozens’ of Western governments, Dutch officials say

The ongoing operation claims international organizations and the defense industry as its victims, per authorities.

China-Linked ValleyRAT Malware Resurfaces with Advanced Data Theft Tactics

Cybersecurity researchers have identified an updated version of ValleyRAT with new commands for capturing screenshots, process filtering, and more.

Chinese Hackers Compromised 20K FortiGate Systems worldwide

During the beginning of 2024, there have been reports of Chinese threat actors targeting FortiGate systems with COATHANGER malware.

Chinese national charged with operating ‘world’s largest botnet’ linked to billions in cybercrimes

YunHe Wang, 35, was charged with creating a large network of hijacked computer devices used to conduct cyber attacks and fraud, prosecutors said.

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