Jan 23 2014, 12:44pm CST | by Sumayah Aamir
The official channels have reported that this malfunction may have been the result of activities carried out by hackers. A great deal of time and effort is being expended on solving the rupture in normal cyberspace patrolling by the Chinese authorities.
Things are not quite clear yet though. State officials still won’t say who or what exactly lies behind the systems failure of sorts. Ironically, authorities have reiterated that China has been the target of hacking by foreign sources.
However, the same allegations have been made against the Chinese government by such countries as the United States. The issue is a hot potato alright. An engineering fault may lie behind the whole fiasco.
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