China Says U.S. Hacked University With 'Drinking Tea' Cyber-Sniffing Weapon

Chinese online protection specialists have denounced the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) of sending off cyberattacks on a college in northwest China with a malware program known as "drinking tea.

The claimed cyberattacks were said to have designated the Northwestern Polytechnical College in China's Shaanxi Territory

an institution known for aerospace and navigation research.

the NSA bunch blamed for doing the assaults is the Workplace of Tailored Access Operations (TAO)

which is the NSA's cyber-warfare and intelligence-gathering unit

The cyberattacks were declared by the college in June

The cyberattacks were declared by the college in June

after messages were shipped off students and teachers that contained vindictive programming planned to steal their personal data

The emails reportedly contained Trojan horse programs

which give off an impression of being typical PC programs yet are really expected to think twice about framework once downloaded or run.

which give off an impression of being typical PC programs yet are really expected to think twice about framework once downloaded or run.