China accuses India of launching Cyber Attacks on Pakistan

For the first time in history, China has openly criticized India for launching cyber attacks on Pakistan’s critical infrastructure using a Chinese code name. It also accused the Indian Subcontinent of terrorizing cyberspace by weaponizing IT for some objectives.

India has counter-attacked its neighbor, saying it was falsely attempting to malign the image of the country, just to divert the attention of the world from its own malicious activities in cyberspace.

For the past few decades, there has been a cold war going on between Prime Minister Narender Modi’s nation and the nation led by Xi Jinping.

It seems like both the countries have now turned towards cyber warfare and launching digital guerrilla attacks to get their identity masked and steal military n industrial intelligence.

For the past few years, both countries have developed IT tools that can not only conduct surveillance on the victimized company but can also trigger disruption just by remote interference.

What’s surprising about these developments is the fact that the Xingping-led nation was at the receiving end of allegations, as the entire world accused it of launching digital attacks on adversaries.

Apparently, this is for the first time that the country condemned India for launching digital warfare against its neighbor. As China offers economic and political support to Mr. Shehbaz, Sharif led the nation on certain border issues with India.


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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