Chinese Hackers Behind Marriott Data Breach

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U.S. – That’s Okay Because We Are Going to Crackdown on Beijing

Approximately 500 million guests have been caught in a cyberattack that involved the Marriott Hotel chain.

A JW Marriott hotel is seen in Los Angeles

The Marriott just happens to be the top hotel provider in the United States for US government and military personnel.

According to the latest and greatest rumor in Washington, that cyberattack was brought about by Chinese hackers working on behalf of the Ministry of State Security.

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This really is not a huge shock to be honest. Isn’t everyone hacking everyone these days?

Our data which we entrust with just about everyone we do business anymore is up for sale and/or theft, like it or not.

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According to 4 government officials who spoke on condition of anonymity, The Justice Department is preparing to announce new indictments against Chinese hackers working for the intelligence and military services.

Also, the Trump administration plans to declassify intelligence to reveal concerted efforts by Chinese agents, dating to 2014 or earlier, to build a database containing names of executives and American government officials with security clearances.

Some are suggesting that the moves are in part due to the fact that the Trump Administration is worried that that the 90-day trade truce negotiated between President Trump and President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires two weeks ago may do little to change China’s behavior.

Some have gone so far as to say, that includes coercing American companies to hand over valuable technology if they seek to enter the Chinese market, as well as the theft of industrial secrets on behalf of state-owned companies.

Which is in fact, something that China is very well known for doing.

In this instance the administration is truly looking out for the best interests of America.

Cristal M Clark

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U.S. – National Security Agency – Special thanks to you

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Cyberattack hit 99 countries

The NSA’s stolen goods

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Personally, I would not trust the NSA with the password to my junk email account much less my grocery list.

This week we saw one of the worst cyberattacks in history, one that utilized some goods that walked out the door of the NSA. Europe and Russia were hit the worst by the way.

What makes it worse is that the NSA and the United States just sat by in painful silence as the attack was underway. The true hero’s came from the cyber security community.

To those that created the attack, my hats off to you, kudos for pointing out the most obvious flaw of all.

The NSA designed the program that was used to cause the attack and did absolutely nothing to help those that were affected which leads me to believe that while they may be able to create Frankenstein, they have very little idea as to how to stop it once it’s on a roll which is a pretty important detail to miss.

I’d be more impressed once I see power grids, the banking system, governments shut completely down, unlimited funds in my Starbucks account, etc. Thus far however all we have is enough to create some media fluff and 99 countries who are all lined up to thank the NSA for creating the bug, yet who seemingly couldn’t fix the monster that which they created.

Way to take a back seat guys.

To those that caused the attack, do something to impress next time. I mean really impress instead of create just some fluff. 

Wow me.

Cristal M Clark

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