A Digital Trail Of Evidence Linked The NYT Hack To China
Grady Summers of Mandiant, a
"We take this issue of attribution very seriously—we don't just casually toss out a country or particular threat actor," Summers said.
He then details how Mandiant's method is like that of a real-life detective.
Watch Summers describe the process:
From the Times:
The timing of the attacks coincided with the reporting for a Times investigation, published online on Oct. 25, that found that the relatives of Wen Jiabao, China’s prime minister, had accumulated a fortune worth several billion dollars through business dealings.
The Times says that through cyber espionage, the hackers were hoping to find human sources of information for the aforementioned article.
Oddly enough though, the journalists say all the information was in Chinese public records.
China's hack on the New York Times is yet another of many headlines we've seen over the past year, and emphasizes the
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