Microsoft expressed no illusions that the website seizures it announced on Monday would discourage the Chinese hackers, who it has been tracking since 2016. Photo illustration: Shutterstock
Microsoft expressed no illusions that the website seizures it announced on Monday would discourage the Chinese hackers, who it has been tracking since 2016. Photo illustration: Shutterstock

Microsoft seizes websites used by state-backed Chinese hacking group

  • Meanwhile, Russian state hackers behind the SolarWinds campaign have continued infiltrating US and allied government agencies, a report says
  • The dual announcements, though unrelated, highlight the unrelenting drumbeat of digital spying by top US geopolitical rivals

Topic |   Computer hackers
Microsoft expressed no illusions that the website seizures it announced on Monday would discourage the Chinese hackers, who it has been tracking since 2016. Photo illustration: Shutterstock
Microsoft expressed no illusions that the website seizures it announced on Monday would discourage the Chinese hackers, who it has been tracking since 2016. Photo illustration: Shutterstock
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