Feb. 2, 2024, 2:13 p.m. | /u/l0sts0ul2022

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It seems for ages that constant cyber threats (prelude to WW3) from China and Russia seem to go unchallenged with no effort displayed to come to some sort of 'non-aggression' treaty. Case in point being the below news article. Is anyone else as worried about this as I am?

https://www.darkreading.com/cyberattacks-data-breaches/china-infiltrates-us-critical-infrastructure-ramp-up-conflict?\_mc=NL\_DR\_EDT\_DR\_daily\_20240202&cid=NL\_DR\_EDT\_DR\_daily\_20240202&sp\_aid=120983&elq\_cid=22828694&sp\_eh=fd973447ad7bf9aa145fe972704390c49fed5de201807cf95903ac05144e2a30&sp\_eh=fd973447ad7bf9aa145fe972704390c49fed5de201807cf95903ac05144e2a30&utm\_source=eloqua&utm\_medium=email&utm\_campaign=DR\_NL\_Dark%20Reading%20Daily\_02.02.24&sp\_cid=51771&utm\_content=DR\_NL\_Dark%20Reading%20Daily\_02.02.24

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