Chinese hackers breached US miltary contractors

Danny Palmer
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Senate report suggests 20 acts of Chinese cyber-espionage took place in one year, with poor communication in US government also partly to blame

Chinese government-backed computer hackers repeatedly breached the networks of US military contractors including airline, shipping and technology firms involved in the movement of soldiers and equi...

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