What if they gave a cyberwar and nobody came? That seems to be the situation days after the end of what was described by some as a “cyberwar” staged by Chinese hackers against the United States in retaliation for the death of Chinese pilot Wang Wei in early April. Doubts linger in some Internet security experts’ minds, however, whether this “cyberwar” was the week’s real threat.
U.S.-China cyberwar a dud, though trouble lingers
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