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[[China]] has often been accused of launching '''[[cyberterrorism]]''' attacks in the [[United States]]. In 2005, Chinese hackers in the Guangdong province launched an attack against the [[United States]], using speаr phishing and a [[computer worm|worm]] named "trojan rain" in an attempt to steal American intelligence. The Chinese government was thought to be involved in supporting the hackers, as part of a broader policy of [[information warfare]]<ref>http://www.fcw.com/online/news/97658-1.html</ref> <ref>http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-5969516.html</ref>.
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[[The People's Republic of China]] has often been accused of launching '''[[cyberterrorism]]''' attacks against targets within the [[United States]], and civilian targets operating within the United States. In 2005, Chinese hackers in the Guangdong province launched an attack against the [[United States]], using speаr phishing and a [[computer worm|worm]] named "trojan rain" in an attempt to steal American intelligence. The Chinese government was thought to be involved in supporting the hackers, as part of a broader policy of [[information warfare]]<ref>http://www.fcw.com/online/news/97658-1.html</ref> <ref>http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-5969516.html</ref>.
 
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Revision as of 13:49, 7 June 2013

The People's Republic of China has often been accused of launching cyberterrorism attacks against targets within the United States, and civilian targets operating within the United States. In 2005, Chinese hackers in the Guangdong province launched an attack against the United States, using speаr phishing and a worm named "trojan rain" in an attempt to steal American intelligence. The Chinese government was thought to be involved in supporting the hackers, as part of a broader policy of information warfare[1] [2].

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