Chinese hackers spied on five European foreign ministries during G20

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According to research security company FireEye, Chinese hackers spied on five European foreign ministries before the last G20 Summit in September. That Summit heavily focused on the crisis in Syria. The hackers got into the ministries’ computer networks by sending e-mails to staff members that contained malware files. One of the files was named “USmilitaryoptionsinSyria.” FireEye is known for selling anti-virus software to small and large companies along with government organizations.

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