US charges 5 Chinese, 2 Malaysian citizens with hacking over 100 companies; India, Vietnam, UK networks targetted
In the attacks, the conspirators installed 'Cobalt Strike' malware on Indian government-protected computers, the indictment said
Parliament Monsoon Session: LS clears bill allowing RBI to supervise cooperative banks; Congress raises Chinese surveillance issue
The Centre told the Parliament in a written reply to a question that India’s ties with China have not worsened in the aftermath of the border tensions
'Chinese surveillance state's depth can't be underestimated': Prof behind revelations on tracking of top leaders
Zhenhua Data Information Technology Co. Limited, a Shenzen-based company, is monitoring over 10,000 prominent people and organisations in India, a report in The Indian Express said
Multiple cybersecurity companies have updated their products after the malware file was shared on Github.
This malware copies all the data including contact details, messages, images and other data from the tourist's phone and uploads it on the border police servers.
Xinjiang authorities reportedly gather info like facial-recognition data, banking records, and home visits.