Tsunami of parcels inundate Chinese universities with students unable to move their things due to Covid restrictions- Tempemail

Chinese universities are battling with an enormous influx of parcels as students return to campus because of coronavirus rules that make it difficult for them to transport personal belongings themselves. Photographs of drop-off points shared to social media show hundreds of rows of boxes waiting to be claimed as well Continue Reading

Emma Raducanu’s Chinese heritage praised by China’s state media | Emma Raducanu- Tempemail

Chinese state media has said the “Chinese style of inner faith” gave British player Emma Raducanu the confidence to win the US Open over the weekend, but some of the country’s internet users asked: why are we calling her Chinese? Raducanu, 18, became the youngest grand slam winner since Maria Continue Reading

Experts Link Sidewalk Malware Attacks to Grayfly Chinese Hacker Group – Tempemail

A previously undocumented backdoor that was recently found targeting an unnamed computer retail company based in the U.S. has been linked to a longstanding Chinese espionage operation dubbed Grayfly. In late August, Slovakian cybersecurity firm ESET disclosed details of an implant called SideWalk, which is designed to load arbitrary plugins Continue Reading

Microsoft Says Chinese Hackers Were Behind SolarWinds Serv-U SSH 0-Day Attack – Tempemail

Microsoft has shared technical details about a now-fixed, actively exploited critical security vulnerability affecting SolarWinds Serv-U managed file transfer service that it has attributed with “high confidence” to a threat actor operating out of China. In mid-July, the Texas-based company remedied a remote code execution flaw (CVE-2021-35211) that was rooted Continue Reading

Chinese Authorities Arrest Hackers Behind Mozi IoT Botnet Attacks – Tempemail

The operators of the Mozi IoT botnet have been taken into custody by Chinese law enforcement authorities, nearly two years after the malware emerged on the threat landscape in September 2019. News of the arrest, which originally happened in June, was disclosed by researchers from Netlab, the network research division Continue Reading

The party’s over: China clamps down on its tech billionaires | Chinese economy- Tempemail

In a Politburo group study session on 23 November 2015, China’s president, Xi Jinping, recommended the book Capital in the Twenty-First Century by the French economist Thomas Piketty. “The rich data he used demonstrated that … unrestrained capitalism accelerates wealth inequality … [His] conclusion is worth us pondering on.” Back Continue Reading

ShadowPad Malware is Becoming a Favorite Choice of Chinese Espionage Groups – Tempemail

ShadowPad, an infamous Windows backdoor that allows attackers to download further malicious modules or steal data, has been put to use by five different Chinese threat clusters since 2017. “The adoption of ShadowPad significantly reduces the costs of development and maintenance for threat actors,” SentinelOne researchers Yi-Jhen Hsieh and Joey Continue Reading

Experts Believe Chinese Hackers Are Behind Several Attacks Targeting Israel – Tempemail

A Chinese cyber espionage group has been linked to a string of intrusion activities targeting Israeli government institutions, IT providers, and telecommunications companies at least since 2019. FireEye’s Mandiant threat intelligence arm attributed the campaign to an operator it tracks as “UNC215”, a Chinese espionage operation that’s believed to have Continue Reading

Russian Federal Agencies Were Attacked With Chinese Webdav-O Virus – Tempemail

An amalgam of multiple state-sponsored threat groups from China may have been behind a string of targeted attacks against Russian federal executive authorities in 2020. The latest research, published by Singapore-headquartered company Group-IB, delves into a piece of computer virus called “Webdav-O” that was detected in the intrusions, with the Continue Reading

New Chinese Spyware Being Used in Widespread Cyber Espionage Attacks – Tempemail

A threat actor presumed to be of Chinese origin has been linked to a series of 10 attacks targeting Mongolia, Russia, Belarus, Canada, and the U.S. from January to July 2021 that involve the deployment of a remote access trojan (RAT) on infected systems, according to new research. The intrusions Continue Reading