Tuesday, January 19, 2010

6 comments:

Its a natural habbit of dragons .

No I dont agree with this statement by Mr Narayanan. It is just simply political statement nothing else.

lol, so is everyone going to jump on the boat now and blame the Chinese government? The guy doesn't even have prove! There's a lot of baddies out there on the web and 99% of them don't come from the Chinese government. Typical Indian warmongers.

Give me a break. Got bored of listening to this cliche 'Warmongering'.

It may be true that 99% of regular hackings are not sponsored by chinese, but 99% of attacks on sensitive installations are from chinese and this fact is confirmed many times by many research and investigative agencies world over.
Do you think that the NSA of a nation will complain without any solid evidence?

He didn't ask for your agreement on this. He said what he knew to let the people of India know whats happening around so that they will be vary. Well, bringing it out and defaming the culprit nation is a different game and will have its own political considerations.

Inculcate the habit of reading/ watching news atleast once a while dude. Your foul smelling noise won't be taken by people here. Deep down every one knew whats happening and who is behind it.

China denies hacking Indian Govt computers

China on Tuesday dismissed as "groundless" India's charge that Chinese hackers had attempted to break into sensitive Indian government computers, a week after American internet giant Google levelled a similar allegation against it.



"I can say that these accusations are groundless," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu told reporters when asked to comment on National Security Adviser M K Narayanan's reported comments that Chinese hackers may be involved in a December 15 attempt to penetrate Indian government computers, including that of his office.



"The Chinese government is firmly against hacking activities and will deal with relevant cases in accordance with the law," Ma said.



He also claimed that China itself was the "biggest victim" of hacking activities.



Narayanan told The Times of London that his office and other government departments were targeted on December 15, the same date when Google reported cyber attacks originating from China. He said the attack came in the form of an e-mail with a PDF attachment containing 'Trojan' virus which allows a hacker to access a computer remotely and download or delete files.



"People seem to be fairly sure it was the Chinese. It is difficult to find the exact source but this is the main suspicion. It seems well founded," he was quoted as saying.



Last week, Google had threatened to shut down its operations in China after uncovering hacking attempts into e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists.

http://www.ndtv.com/news/india/china_denies_hacking_indian_govt_computers.php

Yea thats what I meant as this statement by Mr Narayanan came after the dispute between Google and China and it is just simply political pressure on China nothing else.

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