Taiwan’s Defense Ministry website hacked amid Chinese tensions, work on increasing cyber security continues
China Taiwan Conflict: US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan on Wednesday, August 3, but China has swung into action. China imposed many economic sanctions on Taiwan. Meanwhile, Taiwan’s Defense Ministry said on Thursday that their website had been hacked for a while. It is believed that this hacking has been carried out by the hackers of China, although there is no confirmation of this.
Currently, Taiwan is working closely with other authorities to enhance the cyber security of its region. Earlier this week, several government websites, including Taiwan’s presidential office, were hit by cyber attacks. Some officials believe that these websites were hacked by hackers from three more Russia.
China’s trembling increased so much
In fact, since the visit of Nancy Pelesi to Taiwan, China’s shudder has increased so much that the deadly weapons of the dragon have started roaring on the Taiwan border. Targeting Taiwan and America, the Chinese Foreign Minister said that it is not good for those who annoy Beijing.
According to Chinese state media, Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned that anyone who annoys Beijing will be punished. On Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said, “It is a complete farce. America is violating China’s sovereignty under the guise of so-called democracy. The spokesperson added, “Nancy Pelosi’s visit is not about democracy in Taiwan, it is an issue about China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”