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Washington: The crossfire of allegations and counter-allegations between the USA and China over the coronavirus outbreak continues unabated.

US President Donald Trump has accused the Chinese authorities of intentionally spreading the COVID-19 virus from a laboratory within the metropolis of Wuhan.

Several different nations have additionally joined the USA in accusing China of intentionally creating and spreading the COVID-19 epidemic.

Now, the US authorities has accused China for a rise in cyber attacks supposed to steal info from research associated to coronavirus vaccines, therapies and checks.

According to a Voice of America (VOA) report, the Federal Bureau of Information (FBI) and the US Department of Homeland Security reportedly plan to difficulty a public accusation towards China over the problem.

“I think it’s what should be happening. It’s a political move to call out the Chinese Communist government and to state to the world that they’re actively trying to steal U.S. technology,”  Tab Bradshaw, CEO of Redpoint Cybersecurity and a member of the Department of Homeland Security’s superior info sharing working group, was quoted as saying by VOA.

This newest assertion by US companies is more likely to additional improve tensions with China.

Last week, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the US and Britain’s National Cyber Security Center had issued a joint alert, asserting that they have been investigating a number of incidents of cyber attacks towards pharmaceutical firms, medical research organizations and universities.

“Organizations involved in COVID-19-related research are attractive targets for … [hackers] looking to obtain information for their domestic research efforts into COVID-19-related medicine,” the companies had stated in a joint assertion.