China Telecom accused of exploiting points-of-presence to conduct internet espionage

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China Telecom accused of exploiting points-of-presence to conduct internet espionage

Series of BGP hijackings by China Telecom are no accident, warn authors of new Military Cyber Affairs report

China Telecom has been accused of abusing its position as a point-of-presence inside networks in the US and Canada in order to help China's intelligence agencies conduct espionage. The abuse, in the...

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