jhilldog77at September 17,2015 President Obama is considering sanctions against China for its hacking of US companies; not withstanding the recent OPM attack. Ahead of the state visit to the US by Chinese President Xi Jinping next week, cybercrime figures to be a key topic of discussion between the two world leaders. The US is increasing the pressure on Beijing and it will be interesting to see if any compromise will be reached or if this is the catalyst for increasing activity in cyber-warfare between the the two nations.
Faisal817at September 17,2015 Biases Plays a significant role in hacking like this Chinese guy doesn't feel bad about what he is doing because he thinks that he has the power on his hands and he would now take some kind of revenge. By the way, I've read a report last week about China and USA and it was about more than 600 successful attacks in the past five years.
ycheng8at September 20,2015 There are many news which reported the Chinese hacker. I think this problem happened in Taiwan before. Many people believe that the Chinese hacker attacked Taiwan for practicing hacking. When I was in military service, our military Network was attacked by Chinese hacker and stole some confidential information.
bmanahan188at September 21,2015 Hackers are people, meaning that they are each unique and have varied motives. The thrill and accessibility of this digital attack frontier make it an ideal choice for many underground movements of today’s world.
hanna88at September 23,2015 Although this is somewhat generalizing, it's interesting that Chinese hackers are motivated by national pride while American hackers are normally the opposite--using hacks to make some sort of statement against certain aspects of the government or other institution. Hacking doesn't seem easy so it amazes me how fast and sophisticated the field is growing.