U.S. Indictment of Chinese Hackers Could Be Awkward for the NSA | Enterprise | WIRED


“Last September, a story based on information from Snowden said that the NSA recently hacked into the Brazilian oil firm Petrobras. Just two months ago, another Snowden leak revealed the NSA had hacked Chinese networking company Huawei to steal source code. And those are just two of a slew of reports over the last year that the NSA and its allies have hacked foreign governments and occasionally private sector targets to gather intelligence. The attacks may have happened as many as 231 times in 2011 alone.”

via U.S. Indictment of Chinese Hackers Could Be Awkward for the NSA | Enterprise | WIRED.

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