Japanese police arrested two Chinese suspected of illegally invading network servers

China News Service, February 14th, according to the Japan Kyodo News Agency, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and the Saitama Police Joint Task Force recently arrested Toshima City, Tokyo for allegedly violating the Law on the Prohibition of Unlawful Invasion of Computers. The network manager “China Business”, the operator of Liu, rumors (34 years old) and other two Chinese. The two allegedly used the illegally obtained ID and password to access large network service providers.

The company set up servers in Japan and relayed illegal access from China. Because the company does not leave a web page access record, the police believe it has become a hotbed of cybercrime.

The Metropolitan Police Department said that the company had used the server for illegal online remittances of online banking and disguised as an assault journalist to send an attack to an enterprise.

The reason for the arrest was that in October last year, the suspect illegally invaded the authentication system of a large network service provider from the transit server system installed in Toshima with a ID and password obtained by a 30-year-old man. But Liu rumors denied the suspicion.

The Metropolitan Police Department confiscated about 70 servers from five server rooms in Tokyo, Saitama, and Shizuoka. The company is said to have at least 500 customers.

Responsible Editor: Liu Yang

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