NY Times says Chinese hacked paper's computers

Jan 31, 2013 Full story: FOX Carolina 127

Chinese hackers repeatedly penetrated The New York Times' computer systems over the past four months, stealing reporters' passwords and hunting for files on an investigation into the wealth amassed by the family of a top Chinese leader, the newspaper reported.

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Since: Jan 13

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#64 Feb 1, 2013
Why wrote:
What do the hackers want to steal from a newspaper website?
Shouldn't they hack govt systems instead of wasting their time with a private firm if these activities are supported by the Chinese govt?
The did that for a while but that's sooo 2012 now.
lct

Beijing, China

#65 Feb 1, 2013
atilla the Han wrote:
why do the chinese need to hack into NYT? is there anything to hide at NYT?
could it be nyt want to boost publicity?
is there a hidden agenda behind all this fanfare?
how much can you trust news these days?
agenda, agenda and more hidden agenda.
motive, motive and more hidden motive.
listen to their words, read carefully, they are trying to sell off internet control for NYT and WSJ move into china.

but the two helped make america as a country to this low( with no budget), why would we allow them in china?

they are the sinners to their country, why would anyone trust them?
those guys couldn't even think correctly but only spin for their background masters. and they are losing money in usa.

Since: Jan 13

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#66 Feb 1, 2013
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
listen to their words, read carefully, they are trying to sell off internet control for NYT and WSJ move into china.
but the two helped make america as a country to this low( with no budget), why would we allow them in china?
they are the sinners to their country, why would anyone trust them?
those guys couldn't even think correctly but only spin for their background masters. and they are losing money in usa.
Do you think the Wen family has all of that money?
lct

Beijing, China

#67 Feb 1, 2013
holdencolfield75 wrote:
I'm shocked.
it is a western usual methods to make an goundless accusation or inite a conflict first to claims 'high moral ground' before solve it to their 'advantage'. everyone with a brain knows it.
why are you 'shocked'?
hypocrats.
lct

Beijing, China

#68 Feb 1, 2013
holdencolfield75 wrote:
<quoted text>Do you think the Wen family has all of that money?
there are numbers things are wrong. for example, wen's mother is 90 years old retired 30 years ago middle school teacher. her age won't allow her understand today's business environment in china nor the interest.

as i know, wen's wife was retired to make ways for him to be the No. 2 leader.

wen's son is a business man, as long as his action is lawful, is encouraged as any chinese citizens by national policy.( he started a high-tech company, sold it, and starts anther one). what is so wrong about it?

NYT shameless report on Wen shows them:
1) wants to undermine Chinese gov. credibility to fight corruption.

2) wants to inites unrest in China.

3) make a threat trying to bring their boss some benefits.

4) try to sell more papers.

disgussing.

of course, i don't trust them.
lct

Beijing, China

#69 Feb 1, 2013
typical mafia method. no wonder western social morality deregerates to this degree.
EWWW

Brooklyn, NY

#70 Feb 1, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>...Paid to Post.....COMMUNIST DOG........
I smell Heeb.

Since: Jun 12

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#71 Feb 1, 2013
Why wrote:
Why would someone keep the information about the informants together with the data in the system?
Would a FBI, CIA or RCMP do it, knowing that it will lead to dire consequences if the secret leaks?
Calling you dumb is a bit too harsh and it hurts.
So I shall shut up.
Hahaha, as soon as yoou drive in a nail that hurts they hid behind western unfounded paranoia of China's rise. I thought I cleared this with your A-hoe Cheap Chimp Party(CCP)brothers, China is decline right now as we speak. Manufacturing figures from yesterday show a sharp decline in output and exports are shrinking by the day, that 7.5% GDP growth rate will shrink even further by the end of next month.

But China had a descent run just like Japan, just like German, just like the next country that will come to take over that mantel of trying to become the biggest economy in the world. Too bad they just forgot to focus their energies on increasing household consumption. But now that ship has sailed, China woe be China.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#72 Feb 1, 2013
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
listen to their words, read carefully, they are trying to sell off internet control for NYT and WSJ move into china.
but the two helped make america as a country to this low( with no budget), why would we allow them in china?
they are the sinners to their country, why would anyone trust them?
those guys couldn't even think correctly but only spin for their background masters. and they are losing money in usa.
What a bizarre propaganda fantasy world you inhabit, "Comrade Ick"!

But such utter nonsense.

And so imaginary it gets us nowhere. Make remarks that will aid in your recovery, do not evade them. Remember our last discussion. It ended rather shamefully for you.

Are you going to again BOAST ABOUT how Chinese citizens are TORTURED in SECRET PRISONS by your Chinese Communist Party THUGS as an element of the CCP's system of POLITICAL TERROR AGAINST ITS OWN PEOPLE?

You know it is not too late for you to engage in a "self criticism session" and come clean, and join the human race?

As I said before, "Comrade Ick", it is past time that you confess your crimes against the Chinese people.

"Truth and reconciliation" are words that will prove important to your future, "Comrade Ick".....

Since: Jun 12

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#73 Feb 1, 2013
Why wrote:
Why would someone keep the information about the informants together with the data in the system?
Would a FBI, CIA or RCMP do it, knowing that it will lead to dire consequences if the secret leaks?
Calling you dumb is a bit too harsh and it hurts.
So I shall shut up.
You clearly know very little about how the way hackers opperate, firstly the information was not kept together, the hackers probably looked more for clues just like the way I know a word document no matter how many times it has been copied and altered can still give valuable information on the source.

I am not a hacker so imagine what other tricks hackers come up with. Calling me dumb was a defensive action on your part and I am not in the slightest affected by it because you clearly suffer from a serious case of dumb.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#74 Feb 1, 2013
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
there are numbers things are wrong. for example, wen's mother is 90 years old retired 30 years ago middle school teacher. her age won't allow her understand today's business environment in china nor the interest.
as i know, wen's wife was retired to make ways for him to be the No. 2 leader.
wen's son is a business man, as long as his action is lawful, is encouraged as any chinese citizens by national policy.( he started a high-tech company, sold it, and starts anther one). what is so wrong about it?
NYT shameless report on Wen shows them:
1) wants to undermine Chinese gov. credibility to fight corruption.
2) wants to inites unrest in China.
3) make a threat trying to bring their boss some benefits.
4) try to sell more papers.
disgussing.
of course, i don't trust them.
Oh "Comrade Ick" you really are laughably feeble as a propagandist. Next time read the article.

By DAVID BARBOZA
Published: October 25, 2012 578 Comments

BEIJING — The mother of China’s prime minister was a schoolteacher in northern China. His father was ordered to tend pigs in one of Mao’s political campaigns. And during childhood,“my family was extremely poor,” the prime minister, Wen Jiabao, said in a speech last year.

China Blocks Web Access to Times After Article (October 26, 2012)

But now 90, the prime minister’s mother, Yang Zhiyun, not only left poverty behind, she became outright rich, at least on paper, according to corporate and regulatory records. Just one investment in her name, in a large Chinese financial services company, had a value of $120 million five years ago, the records show.

The details of how Ms. Yang, a widow, accumulated such wealth are not known, or even if she was aware of the holdings in her name. But it happened after her son was elevated to China’s ruling elite, first in 1998 as vice prime minister and then five years later as prime minister.

Many relatives of Wen Jiabao, including his son, daughter, younger brother and brother-in-law, have become extraordinarily wealthy during his leadership, an investigation by The New York Times shows. A review of corporate and regulatory records indicates that the prime minister’s relatives — some of whom, including his wife, have a knack for aggressive deal making — have controlled assets worth at least $2.7 billion.

In many cases, the names of the relatives have been hidden behind layers of partnerships and investment vehicles involving friends, work colleagues and business partners. Untangling their financial holdings provides an unusually detailed look at how politically connected people have profited from being at the intersection of government and business as state influence and private wealth converge in China’s fast-growing economy......"

Of course Traitor Wen's mother cannot even manage a wet market vegetable stall, everyone knows that, and that is why her IMMENSE WEALTH begs questioning. Do you really think China will ever, ever best the West by playing at stupid? > sigh <

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#75 Feb 1, 2013
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP wrote:
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Oh "Comrade Ick" you really are laughably feeble as a propagandist. Next time read the article.
By DAVID BARBOZA
Published: October 25, 2012 578 Comments
BEIJING — The mother of China’s prime minister was a schoolteacher in northern China. His father was ordered to tend pigs in one of Mao’s political campaigns. And during childhood,“my family was extremely poor,” the prime minister, Wen Jiabao, said in a speech last year.
China Blocks Web Access to Times After Article (October 26, 2012)
But now 90, the prime minister’s mother, Yang Zhiyun, not only left poverty behind, she became outright rich, at least on paper, according to corporate and regulatory records. Just one investment in her name, in a large Chinese financial services company, had a value of $120 million five years ago, the records show.
The details of how Ms. Yang, a widow, accumulated such wealth are not known, or even if she was aware of the holdings in her name. But it happened after her son was elevated to China’s ruling elite, first in 1998 as vice prime minister and then five years later as prime minister.
Many relatives of Wen Jiabao, including his son, daughter, younger brother and brother-in-law, have become extraordinarily wealthy during his leadership, an investigation by The New York Times shows. A review of corporate and regulatory records indicates that the prime minister’s relatives — some of whom, including his wife, have a knack for aggressive deal making — have controlled assets worth at least $2.7 billion.
In many cases, the names of the relatives have been hidden behind layers of partnerships and investment vehicles involving friends, work colleagues and business partners. Untangling their financial holdings provides an unusually detailed look at how politically connected people have profited from being at the intersection of government and business as state influence and private wealth converge in China’s fast-growing economy......"
Of course Traitor Wen's mother cannot even manage a wet market vegetable stall, everyone knows that, and that is why her IMMENSE WEALTH begs questioning. Do you really think China will ever, ever best the West by playing at stupid? > sigh <
Yeah to hide their riches they put it in the name of their relatives, that way they are not directly implicated and at the same time keep the praise from the corrupt work mates.

Like a kid once answered in rural china a while back after being asked what he wanted to be when he grew up....

"I want to be a corrupt official." In those lines crime pays and it pays alot.
lct

Beijing, China

#76 Feb 1, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah to hide their riches they put it in the name of their relatives, that way they are not directly implicated and at the same time keep the praise from the corrupt work mates.
Like a kid once answered in rural china a while back after being asked what he wanted to be when he grew up....
"I want to be a corrupt official." In those lines crime pays and it pays alot.
at least not as corrupted as wishington d.c, there is no public interests anyway to be represented.

the only represention is for the masters in the background.

the western legalized corruption is absolute.
lct

Beijing, China

#77 Feb 1, 2013
the west must make a political reform before anything can getting better.

Since: Jun 12

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#78 Feb 1, 2013
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
at least not as corrupted as wishington d.c, there is no public interests anyway to be represented.
the only represention is for the masters in the background.
the western legalized corruption is absolute.
Well yes there i no absolute zero corruption point, power corrupts. That is why in the west we have free press and wistle blowing organization so that the corrupt ones do not steal.

You have a state controlled media that will never ever print anything against a high ranking party member unless it was allowed or they had a death wish. Am I to understand that the only thing that stops your leaders from emassing these fortunes is the pinky promise system? Hopeless.

And it shows because even the most corrupt US senate, the most corrupt Leader of the most corrupt major economies in the EU mister Berlusconi him self would not dream of the heights of wealth which some of your leader attain, especially if their the livingstandards were so low for the poorest of their country men as they are in China.

Remember Bo Xi Lai and the family wealth they had? How can you even redirect this type of rampant corruption and say that the Western leaders are corrupt with a straight face? How do you sleep at night?

Since: Oct 12

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#79 Feb 2, 2013
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
at least not as corrupted as wishington d.c, there is no public interests anyway to be represented.
the only represention is for the masters in the background.
the western legalized corruption is absolute.
Your grasp on the reality of American politics, is elusive at best..........

Since: Feb 12

Taipei, Taiwan

#80 Feb 2, 2013
Dont bother. ICT talks like he works for the chinese governement. The guy is just clueless about the world.
CHOOSE WISELY

Brooklyn, NY

#81 Feb 2, 2013
Your choice is; CCP or ZOG.
dr fill

Naperville, IL

#82 Feb 2, 2013
EWWW wrote:
<quoted text>
I smell Heeb.
It smells like assss.
LOVE CHINA DESTROY CCP

Surrey, Canada

#84 Feb 2, 2013
lct wrote:
the west must make a political reform before anything can getting better.
What a bizarre propaganda fantasy world you inhabit, "Comrade Ick"!

But such utter nonsense.

And so imaginary it gets us nowhere. Make remarks that will aid in your recovery, do not evade them. Remember our last discussion. It ended rather shamefully for you.

Are you going to again BOAST ABOUT how Chinese citizens are TORTURED in SECRET PRISONS by your Chinese Communist Party THUGS as an element of the CCP's system of POLITICAL TERROR AGAINST ITS OWN PEOPLE?

You know it is not too late for you to engage in a "self criticism session" and come clean, and join the human race?

As I said before, "Comrade Ick", it is past time that you confess your crimes against the Chinese people.

"Truth and reconciliation" are words that will prove important to your future, "Comrade Ick".....

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