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German Politicians Want to be informed on China Trojan Attacks

Posted by Author on August 27, 2007

Heise.de, Germany, 27.08.2007- 

German politicians request information on alleged Chinese attacks with Trojan programs on systems of the federal government.

In an interview with Spiegel Online, Ruprecht Polenz (CDU), chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, said: “If there is clear evidence that the Chinese state is responsible for these attacks, we cannot let the matter rest.”

According to a Spiegel report, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution assumes that experts of the Chinese army have conducted the online espionage attacks against the Federal Chancellery, the ministry of economics, the ministry of research and also the ministry of foreign affairs.

Rolf Mützenich, foreign expert of the SPD, requested Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) to address this issue during her current trip to China. Max Stadler, home affairs specialist of the FDP, requested the federal government to report to the Interior Committee of the German Bundestag: “We want to know whether the ministries use state-of-the-art technology when it comes to computer security”, he said in an interview with Passauer Neue Presse.

German business leaders have cautioned about fear-mongering. In an interview with Financial Times Deutschland, Jürgen Thumann, president of the “Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie” (BDI) said: “We must not blame China for everything”. And Jürgen Hambrecht, CEO of BASF and chairman of the “Asien-Pazifik-Ausschuss der Wirtschaft“, explained: “I am very worried about some public discussions; they do not reflect the reality.” Thumann and Hambrecht are accompanying the Chancellor on her trip to China.

The trade union of the police requested better equipment for their fight against cybercrime. “We lack experts and state-of-the-art technology. The offenders are far ahead”, Konrad Freiberg, chairman of the trade union, complained in an interview with Hanover-based Neue Presse.

Original report from Heise.de

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