China Stole US Navy Private Data, Anti-Ship Missile Plan
Chinese government hackers stole private data from the US Navy. This data also plans to build a new anti-ship missile fired from the war in warfare and submarines. So This has been explained in a media report.
614 gigabytes of data stolen
Washington Post says that The Chinese hackers stole the United States 614 gigabit data between January and February this year. There is also a plan to create an anti-ship missile. The US submarine, the missile plans to extend till 2020.
The US officer says that hackers have stolen data from a private project (Sea Dragon), signal-sensor data, submarine radio room, and development unit.
The hackers who stole this data from a computer are a contractor And Washington Post did not disclose the name of the contractor.
China wants to stop US strength
Media reports says that America has always been ahead in military technology. In China has been stolen data for the past several days and America is trying to stop it.
China wants to become the biggest force in East Asia. On the other hand, the United States wants China’s support to stop North Korea. There is a growing trend between the US and China on trade and defense.
After coming to know about data theft, the Pentagon (US Department of Defense)’s Inspector General Office has said that Defense Minister James Mattis has asked to review contractor cybersecurity dispute.
The Officers say that the Navy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is investigating the entire case.
Chinese hackers have targeted US military even before
The Chinese hackers can steal the information of the military for many years. The Pentagon can say that Chinese hackers have previously stolen many private projects including F-35 combat aircraft, the PAC-3 missile system.
America has returned the invitation of the Pacific Ocean joint venture with China last week.