The first major move is expected over the next three weeks, officials said, with a series of clandestine actions across Russian networks that are intended to be evident.
This is the first time the U.S. has acknowledged the source of the attacks.
Defending our computer and network infrastructure isn't partisan. Why wait for our power grid to be taken down (again) before our political media asks about investigations and actions?
A detailed new report has found that many members of China's most sophisticated hacking groups are likely run by army officers or contract workers.
Since an October 25th story exposing the lucrative business dealings of Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jaiabo, the New York Times has been battling constant attacks from the country's hackers. The Times has been fending off the attacks for four months with the help of security experts, who say the methods used by attackers are similar to those of the Chinese military in the past.