Canada & BGP Hijacking For over a decade (2010, 2018, 2019, 2020), China has quietly shown a pattern of hijacking global data flows by redirecting them through servers located in China, sometimes for minutes, other times for much longer, where the data could be copied onto Chinese Communist Party (CCP) networks and decrypted at leisure. One of the Read More…
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