US charges Chinese nationals with computer hacking of Navy, NASA; China doxxing FBI Agents NOW

US prosecutors have accused two Chinese nationals of working with the Ministry of State Security in China. The FBI accused China of aiming to replace the US as the world’s superpower with “illegal methods.”

Zhu Hua and Zhang Jianguo worked in China to hack into computers and steal intellectual property, US prosecutors charged on Thursday. Their targets included the US Navy, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and a range of aviation, space and satellite-technology companies.

US authorities said the two men worked in association with China’s Ministry of State Security.

“From at least in or about 2006 up to and including in or about 2018, members of the APT10 Group, including Zhu and Zhang, conducted extensive campaigns of intrusions into computer systems around the world,” the Justice Department said.

· Dec 20, 2018
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Director Wray: It’s going to take all of us working together to protect our economic security and our way of life. The American people expect and deserve no less.

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Zhu Hua & Zhang Shilong, two members of a hacking group operating in China known as the APT 10 Group, are #wanted by the FBI for conspiracy to commit computer intrusion, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, & aggravated identity theft. Contact the FBI w/ info. [link to (secure)] …

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