Increased hacking poses major threat

Increased hacking poses major threat
Increased hacking poses major threat 

By Zhang Yan
China Daily
December 02, 2010

There has been an 80 percent increase in the number of computer hacking 
cases handled by the police in China each year since 2006. The new cases 
posed a threat to both public and national Internet security, a senior 
police official told China Daily on Wednesday.

"Hacking attacks and the destruction they cause are rapidly increasing. 
We face a grim situation," Gu Jian, deputy director of the network 
security bureau of the Ministry of Public Security, said in an 

Ministry figures released on Wednesday show that police solved 180 
online hacking cases by the end of November, detained 460 suspects and 
closed 14 websites that provided hacking software or training.

Gu said current hacking cases share the following features:


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