U.S. Blames Hackers Tied to China for Microsoft Cyberattack Spree

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration Monday publicly blamed hackers affiliated with China’s main intelligence service for a far-reaching cyberattack on Microsoft Corp. email software this year, senior administration officials said, part of a global effort to condemn Beijing’s malicious cyber activities. In addition, four

U.S. to Blame Hackers Tied to China for Microsoft Cyberattack Spree

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration Monday plans to publicly blame hackers affiliated with China’s main intelligence service for a far-reaching cyberattack on Microsoft Corp. email software this year, senior administration officials said, part of a global effort to condemn Beijing’s malicious cyber activities. The

Julian Assange Wouldn't Be Held in Supermax Jail, U.S. Assures U.K.

LONDON—The U.S. government has given assurances to the U.K. that Julian Assange wouldn’t be held under the strictest maximum-security conditions if extradited to the U.S., a concession aimed at resolving Washington’s yearslong battle to put the WikiLeaks founder on trial on espionage

Some Afghans Who Spied for CIA Can't Get U.S. Visas

KABUL—Rahmat says he carried out secret missions spying on the Taliban for the Central Intelligence Agency in remote border areas of Afghanistan for almost a decade. He has no contract to prove it, and his CIA supervisors never shared their real names.

Behind Biden's Approach to Foreign-Owned Apps

President Biden revoked a Trump-era attempt to ban Chinese-owned apps TikTok and WeChat, TCEHY 1.38% instead implementing an executive order to broadly review whether apps controlled by foreign adversaries pose a security threat to the U.S. The June 9 order means that