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

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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