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The chinese goverment was infact behind the Google Attack

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by jujubee3422, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. jujubee3422

    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    Where in that do you draw the conclusion that it was the Chinese government?

    "The servers used in both attacks employ the HomeLinux DynamicDNS provider, and both are currently pointing to IP addresses owned by Linode, a US-based company"
     
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    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    Citing sources in the defense contracting and intelligence consulting community, the iDefense report unambiguously declares that the Chinese government was, in fact, behind the effort.

    I am going by versign's conclusion....
     
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    who do u think guys will win if we go to like a internet war with china lol! i think we wuld but they got more people lol
     
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    Yeah but china arent such a computer country, their still in the industrial age as far as im conserned lmao.
     
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    China is on the edge right now. Google has thrown down the gauntlet and said, basically, "we do it our way or we're gone". No government has balls that big. I think Google knew the source before that original warning statement, they were just not naming names. Saving face is important in that culture, and Google is providing a way to do just that.

    On the whole, though, China's Internet market model is not anything like ours, and it's a tiny slice of the big Google pie. China needs Google more than Google needs China, China's people are becoming more Westernized, and Google's participation in China is a big part of making that happen faster. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

    I personally hope they stay, it will be better for the world economy and better for U$$$!!!
     
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    ^That was two days ago, times are changing very fast...
     
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