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Chinese businessman confesses involvement in US defense hack
The Chinese businessman Bin Su, which was sued in 2014 to steal military information from the suppliers of the US defense has been contributory negligence known. He has collaborated with two other Chinese to obtain the data.
According to the indictment made the fifty businessman between 2008 and 2014 plans to steal information from companies like Boeing, as reports Yahoo News. He spoke with others targeting data on military aircraft such as the C-17, F-22 and F-35. Su Bin has been blamed for conspiracy known for a California court with a plea agreement in which a lower punishment in exchange for a confession. Therefore now it hangs a sentence of five years in prison over the head instead of thirty years.
The man did business from China in the field of aviation. Its share steal data was relaying potential targets of Chinese hackers via email. After a successful hack he translated the data obtained in Chinese and he determined its value. Su Bin was in 2014 arrested in Canada, where he owns an aviation company.
The US and China have an agreement in September 2015 closed not to hack each other, which includes digital espionage was excluded. With the arrest of Su Bin asked a spokesman from the Chinese government that “China never hacks has taken over the internet and it is fiercely opposed. The man’s lawyer to let Yahoo know that he just wants to continue with his life. ” The meeting in which the punishment is scheduled for July 13th.Viewing:-183
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