US cybersecurity experts see recent spike in Chinese digital espionage

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US cybersecurity experts see recent spike in Chinese digital espionage

Surge by suspected Chinese group dating back to late January.

A US cybersecurity firm said Wednesday it has detected a surge in new cyberspying by a suspected Chinese group dating back to late January, when coronavirus was starting to spread outside China. FireEye Inc. said in a report it had spotted a spike in activity from a hacking group it dubs "APT41" ...

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