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Chinese ad platform secretly stole phone data from Android devices

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 1 day ago

The research showed impacted apps using were downloaded over 100 million times in total.

North Korea's internet connections to China and India come under scrutiny

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 4 weeks ago

Recorded Future's findings of "a near absence of malicious cyber activity" from within North Korea itself support the longstanding assumption that Pyongyang conducts cyber-operations from outside its own borders.

China wants individual access to VPNs cut off by February 2018

by Michael Bergin • 1 month ago

The policy falls in line with the country's rules around its "Great Firewall.”

How an Interpol speech shows that China may be evolving on cybercrime

by Shaun Waterman • 2 months ago

A speech from a top Chinese official is being hailed as a step toward drawing China into universally agreed upon behaviors in cyberspace.

For now, many conversations about global 'cyber norms' start with Beijing

by Chris Bing • 2 months ago

China's government is taking steps to become an international leader in discussions concerning "cyber norms," a formal but still vague understanding about the appropriate behavior between states regarding offensive cyber-operations.

Leaked Hacking Team tools were used by group stealing East Asian IP

by Chris Bing • 2 months ago

A sophisticated and "well-funded" hacking group with a penchant for stealing intellectual property and other trade secrets is wreaking havoc in East Asia.

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