Chinese Hacking Attempts Are Gradually Slowing Down

Posted: Oct 2 2015, 8:24am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Chinese Hacking Attempts Are Gradually Slowing Down

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China, in recent times, has been most vulnerable and open to the hacking attacks and attempts. It now seems that hacking in China is an everyday affair.

However, the rate of such attempts seems to have slowed down. According to Reuters, which reported different security executives, believes that the rate of hacking attempts was increasing very fast in China.

But now Trend Micro's Tom Kellermann says that there has been a distinct "consolidation" in activity. It is rather unclear why all this is happening now.

But it can be noted that these statements came around the recent visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the US.

We can think of it as a co-incidence but it is almost clear that China does not want to destroy its image in an important meeting where digital security is on the table.

It seems too good to be true, but such a big problem cannot be fully solved in such a short period of time.

There are still many hackers, private groups and parties working in the hacking field.

What all officials can do in this initial stage is to stop thieves, scammers and others focused on pure profit.

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