Internet badness: China, Russia and the USA

Friday, 5 October 2007, 6:00 AM EST

While sources, types and responses to Internet badness vary widely, there exists a clear intersection in technical and policy implications that may note be completely obvious.

There’s been a lot of press lately spotlighting China and its alleged government sponsored intrusions and repeated assaults on various corporate and government networks across the globe. Most of this seems to revolve around spying, intellectual property theft and corporate espionage. Much like the New England Patriots, they’re likely not doing anything others are not, they’re just not covering their tracks as effectively.

At Arbor Networks.

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