NSA: Map reveals targets of massive Chinese cyber attack, Oklahoma on the list

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WASHINGTON – Over a five-year period, more than 600 corporate, private or government agencies were targeted by a massive cyber assault, according to NBC News.

The network obtained a secret NSA map that shows the Chinese government’s cyber attack on all sectors of the U.S. economy, including the U.S. government, military and companies like Google.

The map uses red dots to mark the more than 600 “Victims of Chinese Cyber Espionage.”

The highest number of attacks were recorded in California, which had almost 50.

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