Chinese-sponsored hackers targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh: India

Chinese-sponsored hackers targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh: Report Chinese-sponsored hackers have targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh. A report by private intelligence firm Recorded Future has revealed this on Wednesday.   New Delhi :Chinese-sponsored hackers have targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh. A report by private intelligence firm Recorded Future has revealed this on Wednesday. The report said that in recent months, we have seen the possibility of infiltration targeting the potential network of at least seven Indian State Load Despatch Centers (SLDCs). These centers are responsible for real time operation for grid control and distribution of electricity.  RedEcho first targeted one of the State and Regional Load Despatch Centers in India in the last 18 months. More recently TAG-38 has been involved in this type of activity. According to the report, all this could be part of a long-term strategy for a select few Chinese-sponsored hackers inside India. It has also been said in the report that some such groups associated with China are looking for opportunities to gather intelligence through this type of action.   Recorded Future said they had alerted the government of their information before publishing the report. According to the intelligence firm, the Chinese attackers were trying to gather information about critical infrastructure systems.   Significantly, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the Chinese Foreign Minister who visited India recently discussed the geopolitical consequences of Ladakh standoff and Ukraine dispute. Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar also met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi. Talks took place in a cordial atmosphere between the two countries. Some important issues were discussed in which emphasis was laid on completing the disengagement in the remaining areas in Ladakh and finishing the remaining work to normalize bilateral relations.

Chinese-sponsored hackers have targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh. A report by private intelligence firm Recorded Future has revealed this on Wednesday. 

New Delhi :Chinese-sponsored hackers have targeted Indian power stations near Ladakh. A report by private intelligence firm Recorded Future has revealed this on Wednesday. The report said that in recent months, we have seen the possibility of infiltration targeting the potential network of at least seven Indian State Load Despatch Centers (SLDCs). These centers are responsible for real time operation for grid control and distribution of electricity.

RedEcho first targeted one of the State and Regional Load Despatch Centers in India in the last 18 months. More recently TAG-38 has been involved in this type of activity. According to the report, all this could be part of a long-term strategy for a select few Chinese-sponsored hackers inside India. It has also been said in the report that some such groups associated with China are looking for opportunities to gather intelligence through this type of action. 

Recorded Future said they had alerted the government of their information before publishing the report. According to the intelligence firm, the Chinese attackers were trying to gather information about critical infrastructure systems. 

Significantly, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the Chinese Foreign Minister who visited India recently discussed the geopolitical consequences of Ladakh standoff and Ukraine dispute. Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar also met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi. Talks took place in a cordial atmosphere between the two countries. Some important issues were discussed in which emphasis was laid on completing the disengagement in the remaining areas in Ladakh and finishing the remaining work to normalize bilateral relations. 

Column | Internet Gaming: Anonymous Listeners: Pay Attention to Women in Black Clothes and Don’t Forget Chains  For some time now, on Chinese internet and social media, information about the iron chain woman incident in Fengxian County, Xuzhou, Jiangsu has been a focus of censorship of internet content in China. In early March, Wuyi, a post-90s female netizen who went to Fengxian County, Xuzhou to support the Chain Girl, lost news. Many netizens on the Chinese Internet and social media pay attention to Chain Girls and also look for Wuyi. Until mid-March, the outside world learned that Wu Yi had been arrested by the police in Pei County, Xuzhou, and placed under residential surveillance in the name of "picking quarrels and provoking trouble."  The last time Wu Yi tried to visit the Chain Girl in Feng County, Xuzhou, and was detained by the police with another female netizen, was on February 11. Since February 18, after his release, Wu Yi began to disclose his experience of being arrested and interrogated in Feng County on Weibo, with a cumulative number of readings exceeding 100 million.  According to the Minsheng Observation Network, Wuyi's online name is "Wuyi Ancient City", and her Weibo name is "I can carry 120 pounds."  In the previous "Online Game" program, an anonymous listener of Radio Free Asia once introduced to everyone what she knew about the blocked articles and videos of Chain Girls on Chinese social media. Now, on the Chinese Internet and social media, not only the voices concerned about Chain Girls are suppressed, but also the voices looking for Wuyi and appealing for Wuyi have become sensitive content. Please listen to our exclusive interview with this anonymous listener below, talking about the suppression of the voice of Wu Yi on Chinese social media.  On the US Twitter, which was blocked by China, some Chinese netizens counted the days when Wuyi lost contact and called on the Xuzhou police to release Wuyi.

Column | Internet Gaming: Anonymous Listeners: Pay Attention to Women in Black Clothes and Don’t Forget Chains

For some time now, on Chinese internet and social media, information about the iron chain woman incident in Fengxian County, Xuzhou, Jiangsu has been a focus of censorship of internet content in China. In early March, Wuyi, a post-90s female netizen who went to Fengxian County, Xuzhou to support the Chain Girl, lost news. Many netizens on the Chinese Internet and social media pay attention to Chain Girls and also look for Wuyi. Until mid-March, the outside world learned that Wu Yi had been arrested by the police in Pei County, Xuzhou, and placed under residential surveillance in the name of "picking quarrels and provoking trouble."

The last time Wu Yi tried to visit the Chain Girl in Feng County, Xuzhou, and was detained by the police with another female netizen, was on February 11. Since February 18, after his release, Wu Yi began to disclose his experience of being arrested and interrogated in Feng County on Weibo, with a cumulative number of readings exceeding 100 million.

According to the Minsheng Observation Network, Wuyi's online name is "Wuyi Ancient City", and her Weibo name is "I can carry 120 pounds."

In the previous "Online Game" program, an anonymous listener of Radio Free Asia once introduced to everyone what she knew about the blocked articles and videos of Chain Girls on Chinese social media. Now, on the Chinese Internet and social media, not only the voices concerned about Chain Girls are suppressed, but also the voices looking for Wuyi and appealing for Wuyi have become sensitive content. Please listen to our exclusive interview with this anonymous listener below, talking about the suppression of the voice of Wu Yi on Chinese social media.

On the US Twitter, which was blocked by China, some Chinese netizens counted the days when Wuyi lost contact and called on the Xuzhou police to release Wuyi.
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