[SecurityWeek] Indonesia Says No Evidence of Alleged Chinese Intel Hack

Indonesian authorities have found no evidence that the country’s main intelligence service’s computers were compromised, after a U.S.-based private cybersecurity company alerted them of a suspected breach of its internal networks by a Chinese hacking group, an official said.

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