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Hackers are having a field day on China’s wild web

The typical image of Chinese hackers is of operatives working for or with the tacit approval of the government, targeting valuable or sensitive data at foreign companies or government agencies.  While there are plenty of those, many in China—like hackers elsewhere—also target the laptop of their ex-boss or the smartphone of the guy in front of them at the coffee shop.
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