kticfrs500at November 05,2016 I find their perspective on national pride interesting in contrast to how American hackers might adopt the views of anti-government and big brother conspiracies. However being that cyberspace is a current battlefield, it is my opinion that it would benefit our country to adopt a similar mindset of national pride similar to how a soldier fights for our freedom and liberties in the physical realm.
michealb40at November 10,2016 The Chinese government might not "support" then, but certainly could stop them if they wanted to put any real effort into it. But why would they?
mtorreyat November 29,2016 I believe the United states should recruit some of these hackers to help us prevent other attacks. Russia is starting to get worse than China when it comes to hacking U.S. assets as well.
samat December 08,2016 These days cyber-related crime becomes very familiar
every day we here in the news, and becomes part of our life. I think when the internet is originally designed for the good purpose, nobody gave serious attention about security. Now we have to go back and fix all things the vulnerabilities in the system? that is impossible. Some of the tools even today they do not have security features, or easy to break. Now we have to think out of the box how to come up with a new solution instead of patching.
CyberRangerat December 11,2016 Nationalism the cause of cyber attacks from china. what if the U.S. adopts the same logic? Would this force the Chinese to come to the table to stop Cyber attacks against U.S. infrastructure?