加拿大發現源出自中國的網絡間諜活動

From CBC news (video clips available), “Canadian research uncovers cyber espionage network – Malware-spreading computers based mainly in China” (emphasis added)

Canadian researchers have uncovered an internet spy network, based mostly in China, that has hacked into computers owned by governments and private organizations in 103 countries.

The findings released Sunday follow a 10-month investigation by researchers from the Ottawa-based think tank SecDev Group and the Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto.

The group was initially asked to look into allegations that the Chinese were hacking into computers set up by the Tibetan exile community, but their work eventually led them to a much wider network of compromised computers.

Once the hackers infiltrated the systems, they installed malware — software that sends and receives data. By doing this, they were able to gain control of the electronic mail server computers of the Dalai Lama’s organization, the group said.

From Globe and Mail, “Meet the Canadians who busted GhostNet – Researchers uncover explosive cyber-spy network infecting more than 1,200 computers worldwide

2 Responses to 加拿大發現源出自中國的網絡間諜活動

  1. Haricot says:

    Yeah, it was on CBC News “The National” last night.

  2. kempton says:

    Hi Haricot,

    So you saw it on CBC too? Thats where I saw it and where the link is linking to.

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