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https://appleinsider.com/.../apple-to-move-chinese-icloud-keys-to-china- servers-opens-door-to-government-data-requestsApple to move Chinese iCloud keys to China servers, opens door to government
data requests. By Mikey Campbell Friday, February 23, 2018, 11:19 pm PT (02:
19 am ET). In order to conform with Chinese cybersecurity laws, Apple will for the
first time move cryptographic iCloud account keys out of the U.S. and into China ...
https://serverfault.com/.../lots-of-dns-requests-from-china-should-i-worryIs my name server under attack? At 5-10 DNS requests/sec from a handful of IPs?
Doubtful. Most DNS attacks I know of use specially crafted requests to mess with
your server's internal functionality or overwhelm its resources. Generally, if you
have to ask, you're not under attack. Can I do something about ...
https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/.../dedicated-servers-in-chinaDedicated servers in China. comXyz Member. December 2017 in Requests. Hi
guys,. My budget is around 300 USD/month. What is the best option I can get? I
need a dedicated server in China, or has a good connection to Mainland China.
The server also needs to have good connection to France/US. Thanks.
https://security.stackexchange.com/q/24936... know whether example.com or www.example.com resolves to an IP address,
and, in that case, send HTTP requests over port 80, just in case) but some also try
random IP addresses. Occasionally, some academics also run surveys of Internet
usage by sampling random IP addresses and see what kind of server responds ...
https://security.stackexchange.com/.../unknown-dns-requests-to-china-and- dodMay 10, 2017 ... I have set up a RaspberryPi with multiple tools for my needs. This includes a Pi-
Hole instance. This is a small DNS proxy that filters the requests going out to Ad
Networks preventing them to be resolved (so effectively blocking ads for the
entire network). The RaspberryPi was used with two small servers ...
https://www.wsj.com/.../apple-to-start-putting-sensitive-encryption-keys-in- china-1519497574Feb 24, 2018 ... When Apple begins shifting the iCloud accounts of its China-based customers to
a local partner's servers, it also will take a step that alarms some privacy ... Apple
said it will provide data only in response to requests initiated by Chinese
authorities that the company deems lawful and said it won't respond to ...
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8931827Jan 22, 2015 ... I have seriously contemplated a special request handler for Chinese traffic that is
being directed to the wrong host on our servers. Something along the lines of "
Chinese government censors broke your internet" or the like. I figure it either
helps inform the citizens as to why this link isn't working or the ...
https://www.reuters.com/...china.../apple-moves-to-store-icloud-keys-in-china -raising-human-rights-fears-idUSKCN1G8060Feb 23, 2018 ... Apple said it will only respond to valid legal requests in China, but China's
domestic legal process is very different than that in the U.S., lacking anything
quite like an American “warrant” reviewed by an independent court, Chinese
legal experts said. Court approval isn't required under Chinese law and ...
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/.../apple-china-data-center-cybersecurity.htmlJul 12, 2017 ... Apple already stores some of the data of China's residents in local servers, but
the new agreement goes one step further with a Chinese partner responsible for
running its data center, managing the sales of its services in the country and
handling legal requests for data from the government.
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/21/world/asia/dji-drones-china.htmlApr 20, 2016 ... He also said that the company's phone app uploads flight data to its servers,
though consumers can use third-party apps that do not. DJI is not alone in
cooperating with Chinese authorities when they request data, which is required
of all companies doing business there. In its most recent report on ...