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Cyber-attacks by China proven against US Government computers

This article called "Red Strom Rising", suggests that China is already committing an act of war against the United States by attacking our military infrastructure.

"They’re looking for your identity so they can get into the network as you,” said Lord, adding that Chinese hackers had yet to penetrate DOD’s secret, classified network. “There is a nation-state threat by the Chinese.”

People’s Liberation Army writings in recent years have called for the use of all means necessary, including—or particularly—information warfare, to support or advance their nation’s interests.

To China’s PLA, attacks against DOD systems would be the first salvo in a long-term strategy to cripple the U.S. military’s ability to communicate and deliver precision weapons.

A big part of the strategy is the PLA’s civilian units—IT engineers drawn from universities, institutes and corporations. The PLA views these militias as its trump card and a way of asserting virtual dominance to paralyze the United States and other potential adversaries."

Is war looming with China?

If the US government defines Internet attacks as an "act of war", then we could have a real problem, since there are documented attacks from China against United States computer systems:

"From at least 2003 to 2005, a series of coordinated cyberattacks hit U.S. military, government and contractor Web sites with abandon. The systematic intrusions, collectively dubbed Titan Rain, attacked hundreds of government computers.

Time magazine reported last year that the incursions originated on a local network that connected to three routers in Guangdong Province, though U.S. officials still offer only generic comments about this and other published reports about Titan Rain."


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