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How a Chinese spy stole some of the Pentagon’s most sensitive secrets

In a story excerpted from Jim Sciutto’s book Shadow War, additional details regarding China’s business espionage activities is detailed.

“As it turns out, Su and his partners would have unfettered access inside Boeing’s network for three years before the intrusion was first discovered. During that time, they would claim to have stolen some 630,000 digital files — totaling a gargantuan 65 gigabytes of data — on the C-17 alone. They stole tens of thousands more files on the F-22 and F-35. It was an extraordinary trove of information on some of America’s most advanced and sensitive military projects.”

Source: ‘The Shadow War’: How a Chinese spy stole some of the Pentagon’s most sensitive secrets – CNNPolitics

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