One of the more laughable responses to the revelation came from China:
China even responded, saying in its official People's Daily newspaper on Friday that linking every cyberattack to the country is "irresponsible."If you parse the statement carefully, it must have been written by a diplomat. No guys, we're not linking every cyberattack to you. Just the ones that show up in this command and control log file. Plus the IP addresses I reported above of Chinese servers attacking me, personally. Plus my second-ever article reporting how you stole the Joint Strike Fighter plans from Lockheed. Plus yesterday's post on your involvement in the RSA certificate heist. Not to mention my posts on China as "the usual suspects." So no, you're not in on every cyberattack. But until you start acting responsibly on the international cyberstage, you'll continue to entertain the world with your carefully worded denials.
And for your information, no one has ever rebutted my publishing the IP addresses of your stinking attack servers. If anybody in the U.S. Congress ever wakes up and lets my licensed and bonded cyber privateers loose, I'll be sure they leave a calling card starting with those IP addresses. You can take that to the bank. I know I will.