China's government says that an extensive report on an alleged ongoing cyberespionage campaign by Chinese military hackers – which included a broad array of business targets – "lacks technical proof" of state involvement.
The Chinese Ministry of Defense released a statement on its website Wednesday arguing that the new report, released by US security firm Mandiant, provides thin support for its assertion that Chinese state forces were behind online attacks against some 150 victims, mostly US-based sites, writes Reuters.
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