[HackerNews] US and Global Allies Accuse China of Massive Microsoft Exchange Attack

The U.S. government and its key allies, including the European Union, the U.K., and NATO, formally attributed the massive cyberattack against Microsoft Exchange email servers to state-sponsored hacking crews working affiliated with the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of State Security (MSS).
In a statement issued by the White House on Monday, the administration said, “with a high degree of

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