Canadian Researchers Uncover Chinese Cyber Espionage Targeting India

Canadian cybercrime researchers have uncovered a vast online web of espionage based and controlled from China and mainly targeting the Indian government.

Researchers at the Information Warfare Monitor and the Shadowserver Foundation released a report Tuesday documenting a complex espionage “ecosystem” using social networking sites and free Web hosting to steal sensitive documents from India, the United Nations, and the offices of the Dalai Lama, as well as other countries. The core servers controlling the espionage are based in Sichuan Province’s capital city, Chengdu, China. Read more.