Sunday, March 29, 2009

Chinese hackers compromise Dalai Lama Exile centres?

(Social Justice South Africa; c.f. New York Times (Liberal; Secularist; Independent; American) 28 / 03 / 2009 (published online a day later); Mail and Guardian (South African; Independent; Secular) 21 / 03 / 2009)

Article by Marc Aupiais

--"Toronto"-"Canada"---"Tibet"/"Xizang"-"China"--Information and security Compromised--"Chinese" computers compromise Tibetan Exile centers' computers, and foreign governments'--- 28 - 03 - 2009---Dalai Lama Fiasco-- "New York Times" as primary source-- "South Africa"'s possible ties with "China" investigated further down in article--

The "New York Times" reports: that the "Munk Center for International Studies", based at "Toronto University", in Ontario, Canada: has discovered a pervasive, and sophisticated spy web: centering on Asia, and Tibetan centers throughout the world. The hacking network, which was done, mostly using computers almost entirely based in China: has compromised embassies, and swiped government files throughout the world. It was discovered when the "Dalai Lama" approached the "Munk Center for International Studies": who are known for expertise in discovering such networks.

According to the "New York Times:" the team included: "Ronald J. Deibert", "Greg Walton", "Nart Villeneuve" and "Rafal A. Rohozinski": who discovered the network spanning 103 different countries: and the specific Tibetan centers in Brussels: "Belgium", London: "England", and New York, in the "United States of America" (USA) : as well as that in India.

The system has been stealing files, and can even activate cameras connected with a computer, and recording devices. The Attack, focused on South, and South-Wast Asia, but attacking dozens of vital computers throughout the world daily: it seems dangerous to all national governments, even compromising a NATO computer for half a day, and it is focussed: not simply attacking random computer networks: but those of embassies, foreign offices, and other such vital services.

Recently, the Dalai Lama was denied entrance into "South Africa", by our ANC lead government. This coincided with newspaper activity: accusing the ANC ("African National Congress"): of being funded by China, Libya, Angola, and India. Refusal to reveal the Communist Affiliated ANC's sources of funding, has lead to accusations: that South Africa's human-rights-fatal stint on the UN ("United Nations") security council: was highly influenced by monetary allegiance to certain countries' ruling parties.

"Cardinal Wilfred Napier", of Durban, "South Africa": on behalf of the SACBC ("Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference") said that denying the Dalai Lama a visa was a violation of religious rights.

The spy network is within the capabilities: of "China", "Russia", and "The United States of America" (USA): all of whom are accused, in the "New York Times"' article: of using such sort of pervasive techniques to gain access to intelligence and other information

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