The FBI is alerting U.S. companies of the increasing dangers of Chinese hack attacks.
The Daily Beast reports that the bureau sent out warnings to companies Wednesday to be aware of a malicious computer program that has been tied to the bold hack of the Office of the Personnel Management.
The FBI also sent specifics such as the hash values for the malware, called Sakula, so that companies can search their systems to see if they are infected.
Although James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, has accused China of the government hack, he has yet to offer solid evidence, according to the Daily Beast.
The FLASH alert says the bureau has identified “cyber actors who have compromised and stolen sensitive business information and personally identifiable information.”