Chinese hackers believed responsible for cyber attack on Forbes website

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
Staff member
Financial news site Forbes - and as a result, some of its readers - fell victim to cyber attackers late last year. It's possible that Chinese hackers are to blame although Forbes notes that there isn't yet enough evidence to point...

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Evernessince

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At this point, wouldn't it be prudent to black list all Chinese and Russian IPs? In addition to that, force all Proxy and VP services to disallow chines and Russian IPs to connect to their service. 90% of attacks are coming from these countries so I don't see a reason we should connect to their portion of the internet at all.
 
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Hasbean

At this point, wouldn't it be prudent to black list all Chinese and Russian IPs? In addition to that, force all Proxy and VP services to disallow chines and Russian IPs to connect to their service. 90% of attacks are coming from these countries so I don't see a reason we should connect to their portion of the internet at all.
Better still, block all incoming and outgoing to anything outside this mighty and honourable land of the free and home of the brave. Nothing good outside of these shores. Keep those pesky foreigners off our portion of the internet.