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Follow us on TWITTER: twitter.com Like us on FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com World Internet safety experts recently revealed the largest chain network hacking attacks in history. The 72 networks targeted include the United Nations, various countries' governments, large corporations, etc. They believe this is a "national operation" and the attacks came from China. Scholars think the regime's frenzied network expansion has started an Internet war, a bigger battle cannot be prevented. McAfee, the Internet safety company that disclosed the attacks, expressed that the attacks targeted countries like the United States, Taiwan, India, South Korea, Vietnam and Canada. It also targeted NGO's like the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and UN offices. As well as high technology companies and military suppliers. 49 of the targets are in the US, including government agencies, military suppliers, research institutions and media. The 14-page report McAfee released on August 3 shows, this large scale attack operated intermittently for five years. These attacks lasted between 1 and 28 months. Political commentator Wu Fan believes this can be from a country with a history of trying to gain from attacking others or trying to damage opponents, which is most likely China. Wu Fan: "First, it (Chinese regime) is after intelligence, any information about software, hardware, finances, military. Second, it wants to sabotage (opponents). Third, it ...