China Claims Most Cyber-Attacks On Its Military Websites Have US Origin -- The Guardian
Beijing says defence ministry and another site subjected to 1.7m attacks last year, two-thirds of which came from within America
Two Chinese military websites were subject to about 144,000 hacking attacks a month last year, almost two-thirds of which came from the US, China's defence ministry has said.
Earlier this month a US computer security company said a Chinese military unit was probably behind a series of hacking attacks mostly targeting America, triggering a war of words between Washington and Beijing. China denied the allegations and said it was the victim.
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More News On Chinese Claims That U.S. Hackers Are Targeting Their Defense Websites
US hackers attacked military websites, says China's defence ministry -- BBC
China says sites targeted by U.S.-based hackers -- CBS/AP
China says U.S. routinely hacks Defense Ministry websites -- Reuters
China says US-based hackers target its military websites, amid competing cybersnooping claims -- Washington Post/AP
China says US-based hackers attack its military websites -- Global Post/AFP
China claims cyberattacks from U.S.-based hackers -- Washington Times
Two-Thirds of Attacks on China Military Websites From US - China Defense Ministry -- Wall Street Journal
China Says US Hackers Attacking its Military Websites -- Voice of America
China Gets Specific on Hacker Attacks -- Wall Street Journal
China Says U.S. Is on Offense in Hacking Attacks on Defense Ministry -- The Atlantic
China says U.S. hackers target its military websites -- Salon
China fires back at hacking claims: ‘144,000 hacks a month, mostly from US’ -- RT
China claims its defense sites face constant US hacking attacks -- Endgadget
China Accuses U.S. of Hacking Government Sites -- PC Mag
China blames U.S. for most cyberattacks against military Web sites -- CNet News
China claims its military and defense sites were hacked by U.S. attackers -- PC World
China hits back at US hackers -- TG Daily