The report specifically concluded that the Chinese government, Communist Party, and Chinese individuals and organizations continue to hack into computer systems and networks in the U.S. and other countries. Finding the methods used more sophisticated than in past attacks, the commission said that the hackers are increasingly using social-networking tools and malicious software with ties to criminal organizations.
CNET last month reported on the findings of the commission through information obtained from a draft report. Today's release marks the official version of the USCC's 2010 report to Congress.
U.S.: Beijing backs hacking on 'massive scale' | Security - CNET News
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