Wednesday, June 1, 2011

From China violated Gmail account of U.S. political and Asian

NEW YORK - The e-mail accounts to Gmail important American politicians and Asian countries, including South Korea, journalists, soldiers and activists of Chinese dissent have been violated in a series of attacks from China. This was revealed by the Mountain View giant on its official blog stating that the accounts are hundreds and targeted attacks, from Jinan, the People's Republic of North-West, was intended to read e-mail of people ended up in the viewfinder hackers.

The attack was discovered and thwarted, however, assured the information society. Eric Gross, one of those responsible for the safety of Google, said that the U.S. authorities and victims were advised of the action. In recent months, the American software giant had already accused Chinese hackers have attacked its servers in China.

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