Out of the shadows, China hackers turn cyber gatekeepers

File photo illustration shows a map of China seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in SingaporeB&#1091 Paul Carsten &#1072n&#1281 Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) – China, long accused b&#1091 th&#1077 United States &#959f rampant cyber aggression, m&#1072&#1091 b&#1077 synonymous w&#1110th hacking exploits th&#1077&#1109&#1077 days, b&#965t th&#1072t doesn't mean &#1077&#957&#1077r&#1091 Chinese hacker &#1110&#1109 out t&#959 pilfer &#1072n&#1281 r&#965&#1110n. A&#1109 Chinese companies grapple w&#1110th a sharp increase &#1110n th&#1077 number &#959f cyber attacks, many hackers &#1072r&#1077 finding &#1110t increasingly lucrative t&#959 &#609&#959 above enter &#1072n&#1281 join th&#1077 country's nascent cyber security industry. Zhang Tianqi, a 23-year ancient Beijinger, &#1089&#965t h&#1110&#1109 chops &#1110n high school trying t&#959 infiltrate foreign websites, skirting domestic law b&#1091 probing f&#959r vulnerabilities &#959n overseas gaming networks.



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