April 23, 2024 2:59 pm





Explosive Report Reveals Chinese Malware as a Dangerous Time Bomb in US Systems

The Biden administration believes China has implanted malware in key US power and communications networks in a “ticking time bomb” that could disrupt the military in the event of a conflict, The New York Times reported Saturday.

The Biden administration has raised concerns about China’s alleged infiltration of US power and communications networks with malware, which they consider to be a potential threat to the military. The New York Times has reported on this issue.

The systems affected, the Times said, could allow China not only to cut off water, power and communications to US military bases, but also to homes and businesses across the United States.

According to The New York Times, the compromised systems could potentially enable China to disconnect essential services such as water, power, and communications not only from US military bases, but also from homes and businesses throughout the country.

The report comes two months after Microsoft warned that state-sponsored Chinese hackers had infiltrated critical US infrastructure networks.

This report comes shortly after Microsoft’s warning about state-sponsored Chinese hackers breaching critical US infrastructure networks. It has been two months since Microsoft issued this warning.

The newspaper quoted one congressional official as saying the malware operation amounted to “a ticking time bomb.”

According to The New York Times, a congressional official referred to the malware operation as “a ticking time bomb.”

The White House issued a statement Friday that made no mention of China or military bases.

The White House released a statement on Friday that did not mention China or military bases.

“The Biden administration is working relentlessly to defend the United States from any disruptions to our critical infrastructure, including by coordinating interagency efforts to protect water systems, pipelines, rail and aviation systems, among others,” said Adam Hodge, acting spokesman for the National Security Council.

He added that President Joe Biden “has also mandated rigorous cybersecurity practices for the first time.”

Adam Hodge, the acting spokesman for the National Security Council, stated that the Biden administration is dedicated to safeguarding critical infrastructure and is actively coordinating interagency efforts to protect various systems, including water, pipelines, rail, and aviation. Hodge also mentioned that President Joe Biden has introduced stringent cybersecurity practices for the first time.

Authorities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Britain warned at the same time that Chinese hacking was likely taking place globally, affecting an extensive range of infrastructure.

During this period, authorities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Britain also expressed concerns about Chinese hacking activities occurring on a global scale, impacting a wide range of infrastructure.

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