One of the schools in China accused by the U.S. media have launched cyber attacks against Google has denied any responsibility for the facts to thin earlier this year the relationship between the multinational and the Asian giant.
Lanxiang Vocational School, cited as one of the managers by the newspaper The New York Times, recently said the official publication Global Times did not have the equipment necessary to make cyber attacks of this calibre. The media information indicated that the U.S. assault on Google and 30 other companies were hatched in a specific class, taught by a Ukrainian teacher. The school has ensured that “never has invited foreign lecturers.
The article also noted a connection to the Chinese Army, to what a military expert quoted by the Global Times said that “if the fact that students enlist centre means that trains soldiers, then all the world are supported by the armies. “ The New York Times then obtained testimony from experts who claimed that electronic espionage attacks from China, and more particularly, the elite university in Shanghai and the aforementioned Jiatong Lanxiang. The experts left the door open for teams to be manipulated from outside the country since the charge was not the Chinese government. Google reported on 12 January that he had been the target of cyber attacks, probably from China, to access the correspondence of dissidents and stealing from the company code and trade secrets. The multinational therefore threatened to abandon the Chinese market, the worlds largest with 380 million Internet users. The search still continues to operate in the People’s Republic.