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GreatFire accuses the Chinese government of breaking into Microsoft Outlook service

Within a day, the Microsoft Outlook mail service in China was hacked: when trying to use mail, users of mobile devices and PCs received error messages. According to information security specialists from GreatFire, when a user ignored warnings to hackers, his passwords, contacts, and letters fell.

As experts believe from GreatFire, the attack was carried out by the Chinese Internet space administration, which is responsible for Internet censorship in the state. "If our assumptions are correct, the attack was a testament to the Chinese government's desire to gain insight into the methods of exchanging information on channels that they cannot easily control." - the conclusion is made in the GreatFire report.

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