China is trying to infiltrate American business computers to find data for economic gain, according to a national security document obtained by the Washington Post.
In its 2012 report, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission urges Congress to fully investigate China's cyber-espionage campaigns.
The country allegedly hacked into corporate networks around the world to try to gain an upperhand in the economic sphere.
Good guys are keeping an eye on large espionage and botnet campaigns that are stealing corporate secrets from government and private industry and money from peoples' bank accounts.
Online security company Trend Micro releases report uncovering ongoing campaign of infiltrating industrial sites in Japan and India and also targeting Tibetan activists.
Operation Shady RAT--unearthed by McAfee and deemed "historically unprecedented"--has stolen information from scores of public and private organizations in 14 countries.
Some are wondering whether the death of an American engineer working in Singapore could be linked to cyber espionage.
Attacks against about 50 firms featured e-mails with attachments containing a backdoor.
Congressional commission report says Chinese could conduct cyber warfare so sophisticated that U.S. may unable to respond.
With possible ties to malware targeting Iran, the Flame spying software is seen as the latest cyber espionage attempt from a nation state.