China Extends Drills Around Taiwan Although Said It Would End It
China began its drill nearby Taiwan paralysing crucial websites in the country.
High officials of the Ministry of National Defense explained on Monday that Taiwan military shadowed Chinese vessels in the air and sea and followed missiles and artillery launches during the four-days exercises.
Lieutenant General Yan Youxian, Deputy Chief of the Qing Division, said that Communist China's Rocket Force launched a series of ballistic missiles from the Zhejiang, Fujian, and Jiangxi missile bases into the waters surrounding Taiwan, with a total of 11 missiles fired by Dongfeng
From August 4th to 8th, the CCP’s warships continued to carry out joint military operations in our sea and airspace, and used drones to harass our Dongyin, Matsu and Kinmen areas. The joint military operation of the Communist Army adopted a combination of multiple aircraft and ships, with large forces and continuity.
Lieutenant General Ye Guohui, Deputy Chief of the Planning Office, explained that Taiwan's National Army has dispatched troops to respond to the Communist Army since August 2.
On August 3, the National Army ordered that from 8:00 on August 4, the National Army entered into enhanced alert, and the Army combat readiness force was upgraded to a contingent; the Navy and Air Force increased mobile standby ships and ground alerts. From August 4 to 7, five more air defense units were added to the missile positions, the alert attitude was improved, and the preparations were completed.
The Ministry of National Defense immediately grasped and judged the trajectory and the drop point, and immediately completed preparations for intercepting the missile. Therefore, no air defense alerts were issued.
As for the co-pilots that crossed the center line, Deputy Minister Ye Guohui emphasized that with radio broadcasts Taiwan army drove away Chinese planes, and dispatched northern and southern fighter jets to take off to respond.
The air defense force raised the alert posture of anti-aircraft missiles and shore-based anti-ship missiles. The outer islands maintained a high degree of vigilance and made immediate deployments; the defense area troops used signal bombs to warn, and the combat readiness troops enter the garrison position for alert.
China Launched Cyberattacks
Lieutenant General Lu Jianzhong, deputy director of the General Office, pointed out that during the CCP’s joint military operations, cyber attacks were carried out on various important global information websites in my country. The Internet sends a large number of connection requests, which causes the network traffic to exceed the upper limit, the service is temporarily interrupted, and browsing is impossible.
Deputy Minister Lu explained that after the response team identified the suspicious website's IP as the source of the attack, it immediately blocked the attacking website with a firewall, and used traffic cleaning measures to simultaneously divert network traffic.
After forensic research and analysis, the website has not been damaged by intrusion attacks. At the same time, the website will be attacked. Through the national information security joint defense system, a cyber attack warning will be issued, and the attack information will be provided to various ministries and associations to prevent and block, so as to jointly maintain the national cyber security.