back to article Researchers say Anthem health hack has Beijing's fingerprints

The case for a Beijing-orchestrated hack of health insurer Anthem has firmed up with new details suggesting that the sophisticated hacking group responsible for the heist shared zero days with rival outfits. Symantec has overnight dubbed the perps "Black Vine", suggesting the group was responsible for goring more than 70 …

  1. DavCrav

    Why does the rest of the world still allow Chinese connections to the Internet? Is it worth having all information stolen?

    1. DropBear

      ...because we all know video player geo-blocking is undefeatable (especially for hackers).

    2. Mark 85

      Alternately, you could replace "China" with any of the "5-eyes"..... or any of the eastern European countries notorious for their malware and ransom efforts. Where does one draw the line?

  2. Mark 85

    Personel data?

    I can understand espionage. I can understand info governmental types. But a health insurance company and in there for 300 days? I'm not what they hoped to gain.

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