Hacking allegations 'groundless:' China
MANILA, Philippines - China shot back against allegations that it had a military unit in Shanghai that was a source of hacking attacks in the US and other countries, a new update from The Associated Press mentions.
The report from US computer security firm Mandiant outlined evidence regarding a prolific Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) that appeared to stem from a Chinese military unit based in Shanghai.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei called the 60-page report "groundless accusations based on some rough material." He added it was "neither responsible nor professional" to make such accusations. - Rappler.com