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2011/12/22-2012/2/6 [Politics/Foreign/Asia/China] UID:54270 Activity:nil
12/22   "Chinese Hack Into US Chamber of Commerce, Authorities Say"
        http://www.csua.org/u/v26 (news.yahoo.com)
        "At one point, the penetration into the Chamber of Commerce was so
        complete that a Chamber thermostat was communicating with a computer
        in China."
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Chinese Hack Into US Chamber of Commerce, Authorities Say (ABC News) Chinese Hack Into US Chamber of Commerce, Authorities Say (ABC News) For more than a year, hackers with ties to the Chinese military have been eavesdropping on US Chamber of Commerce officials involved in Asia affairs, authorities say. The hackers had access to everything in Chamber computers, including, potentially, the entire US trade policy playbook. "The Chinese have attacked every major US company, every government agency, and NGO's. Their attacking the Chamber of Commerce is part of a pattern of their attacking everything in the US. If you're working on US-China relations with an NGO, government agency, you can be sure the Chinese are reading your emails and on your computer," Richard Clarke, former White House counter-terrorism adviser, told ABC News. At one point, the penetration into the Chamber of Commerce was so complete that a Chamber thermostat was communicating with a computer in China. Another time, chamber employees were surprised to see one of their printers printing in Chinese. "I don't think the Chamber of Commerce has anything worth stealing, but it's part of a pattern of the Chinese stealing of everything they can, and that's worrying," Clarke said. Sources tell ABC News that at any given moment that there are hundreds of cyber attacks targeting US companies and government agencies. In late 2009, sources say China-based hackers broke into Google's computers and looked at the email accounts of human rights activists. In the same operation, 29 other companies were hit, including Dow Chemical, Yahoo and Morgan Stanley. The same year, a Chinese spy at Ford Motor Company downloaded thousands of files on hybrid engine design and gave them to the Chinese government, and a cyber attack traced to China allegedly stole design secrets to a US stealth fighter jet. Congressional leaders say China is engaged in economic espionage on a scale never seen before. "You stack all of that up and I think there's a case to be made that this may be the greatest transfer of wealth through theft and piracy in the history of the world and we are on the losing end of it," said Sen. Overall, the US is hemorrhaging economic espionage to the tune of $250 billion. "This is a national, long-term strategic threat to the United States of America. This is an issue where a failure is not an option," said Robert Bryant at the National Counterintelligence Executive. Iraqi security forces gather the scene of a car bomb attack in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Dec. A wave of bombings ripped across Baghdad on Thursday morning killing and wounding hundreds of people, Iraqi officials said, in the worst violence Iraq has seen for months. The bloodbath comes just days after American forces left the country. The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization says that 2011 prices for staple foods are almost twice as high as they were in 2009, with rising prices and a lack of new funds for HIV programs meaning countless poor families must decide whether to focus on the health of an HIV-positive adult or on a child's hunger. Residents affected by Friday's flash flooding, retrieve galvanized sheets amidst the devastation in Iligan city in southern Philippines Monday Dec. With funeral parlors overwhelmed, authorities in a flood-stricken southern Philippine city organized the first mass burial of unidentified victims who were swept to their deaths in one of the worst calamities to strike the region in decades. This undated photo courtesy of Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce shows a diver statue in Tarpon Springs, Fla. According to the city's official history, a man named John Corcoris arrived in Tarpon ... San Mateo, California o 17 hrs ago I'm pretty sure we have better hackers in the US, so let's get those guys and put them on the payroll so we can start hacking into China. Mark 17 hrs ago Oh wait but the Chinese are our friends..... My vote for President will be the man or woman who promises to put China in their place. China not Iran or Even Russia is our biggest threat hands down.
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