Mainland China is absolutely zero-gaming. Both online and real life gambling are prohibited with equally prosecutable by fines and incarceration. This goes for both workers and customers. The state also tries to prevent residents’ access to internet casinos via the Great Firewall of China.
Multiple stories published here over the past few weeks have examined the tumultuous power of hacked “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices like routers, IP cameras and digital video recorders. This post looks at how crooks are using hacked IoT devices as proxies to hide their true location online as they participate in a number of other types of cybercriminal action — from frequenting subterranean newsgroups to credit card and tax refund fraud.