For years the status of China’s real power in the cyberspace was in a total mist. In 2013 the Mandiant report on APT1, designating China as the most important Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), stated that the country was looking to achieve a top position among cyber powers using cyber-espionage and hacking against states and companies. China’s official position to these assumptions was a global deny and the statement that the country was only trying to develop ...
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