We were right since we published our press release on October 4, 2012!
Read our original press release at http://www.nrcworldwide.com/blog/26-hackers-target-nrcw-servers
And see our facebook post at https://www.facebook.com/nrcwllc/posts/366148543470314
An unassuming 12-storey building in a suburb of Shanghai has been identified as the possible headquarters of a global hacking operation allegedly run by the Chinese military.
According to Mandiant, an American computer security company, extensive evidence collated over three years points to a white tower block in Datong Road, in the Pudong district of the city.
The building is reportedly the headquarters of the People’s Liberation Army Unit 61398.
Mandiant has spent several years working for a number of well-known multinational companies who all believe they have been victims of state-sponsored hacking.
Using evidence passed to its analysts by the multinationals, Mandiant has deciphered codes, analysed IP addresses and conducted a series of reverse-engineering processes.
“The details we have analysed during hundreds of investigations convince us that the groups conducting these (hacking) activities are based primarily in China and that the Chinese Government is aware of them,” the report says.
The 74-page report – called Exposing one of China’s Cyber Espionage Units – contains remarkable detail of the hacking operations.
Read The Full Article on Sky News: http://news.sky.com/story/1053970/chinese-militarys-global-hacking-hq-found