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    CCIA report exposes malicious behavior and threat of US cyber hegemony

    By Zhao Manfeng | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-04-11 14:29
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    The China Cybersecurity Industry Alliance recently released a report detailing the malicious behavior of the United States in conducting long-term cyber attacks on other countries. The report exposes the significant damage and serious threat posed by US cyber hegemony to the global cyberspace order.

    Entitled Review of Cyberattacks from US Intelligence Agencies- Based on Global Cybersecurity Communities' Analyses, the report is divided into 13 parts, organized by time and event. These include US intelligence agencies' cyber attacks on key infrastructure in other countries, indiscriminate cyber theft and monitoring, implantation of backdoor pollution standards and supply chain sources, development of cyber attack weapons and leakage, connivance of penetration test platforms as hacker tools, interference and suppression of normal international technical exchanges and cooperation, and destruction of the international order and market rules in cyberspace. These actions obstruct the development of global information technology, create fragmentation and confrontation in cyberspace, and ultimately undermine the global cyberspace order.

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