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China accused of hacking foreign firms

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The Chinese army's 'Unit 61398', headquartered in a building outside Shanghai, is accused of hacking.
The Chinese army's 'Unit 61398', headquartered in a building outside Shanghai, is accused of hacking. Reuters

Earlier this week, a report by the American Internet security firm Mandiant accused the Chinese military of operating a cyberspy unit, targeting US and foreign firms with hacking attacks. China has dismissed the report. RFI spoke to Dan McWorther, the director of threat Intelligence at Mandiant. He says he is standing by the report's findings.

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