Cyber Attack on Inter Parliamentary Alliance on China


The Democratic parties operating across the world that formed the Inter Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) to curb Beijing’s cyber attack campaigns on other nations has reportedly suffered a cyber attack.

Sources say that the attack was of DDoS genre where fake web traffic is targeted at servers hosting public domains.

 Luke de Pulford, the coordinator of IPAC released a press statement on Thursday stating that the attack could have been launched by Xi Jinping led nation to oppose their stand on Uyghurs and Hong Kong populace.

Security analysts expressed no surprise about the attack against IPAC as they confirmed that the People’s Republic of China has the best apparatus in place to launch DdoS campaigns meant to disrupt its adversaries.

Note- IPAC was formed in the year 2020 after China launched a kind of bio war on the world by developing the deadly Covid-19 virus to kill people. Inter Parliamentary Alliance on China(IPAC) constituting 203 MPs from over 20 legislatures across the world (including United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia) was formed to keep a vigil on the way China is conducting global trade, transpiring security and overseeing human rights prevailing in its nation. Chinese state media has reported the IPAC alliance as ‘Nuisance Creators’ and sarcastically tagged them as a threat to the integrity of the nation; specifically to Chinese Communist Party.

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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