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How Masqueraders Infiltrate a System

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Summary and Conclusions

The U.S. and China take cyber surveillance very seriously. Therefore, let the U.S. get on with it. Finally, that’s the only way of becoming a superpower.

Keywords

Short Message Service Internet Service Provider Malicious Code Bush Administration General Staff 
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