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According to NSA reports, China is said to have violated the anti-hacking deal with the US



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China has not honored an anti-espionage deal of 2015, said an NSA official.


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A National Security Agency official allegedly said that China violated a 2015 agreement to stop cyber espionage between the United States and the United States.

Rob Joyce, the agency that advised President Donald Trump earlier this year on homeland security, diverted his suspicions Thursday to Reuters. However, he noted that the number of attacks since the agreement between then-President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping had decreased "dramatically".

"Although it is not black and white, [China] did not meet the agreement or it does not comply with the agreement, it is clear that today it goes well beyond the limits of the agreement that was concluded between our countries", Joyce told Reuters.


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China said it "resolutely rejects" the allegations, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a press conference on a daily basis.

Last month, China responded to a report that Trump's personal iPhone was tapped by his spies. by suggesting that he switches to Huawei . The President's relations with China have been tense since the US entered into a trade war with China. A report allegedly that Chinese surveillance microchips were inserted into Apple and Amazon data center equipment during the manufacturing process prompted China and the companies to express firm refusal.

In August, researchers gave to Chinese hackers targeting the government of Alaska as well as the state's natural resources and utilities department, as their leaders went to China to discuss trade agreements.

Neither the NSA nor the Chinese Foreign Ministry immediately responded to requests for further comments on Joyce's allegations.


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