when CNIC scrutinise your web

Empowered with 81,360 cores and Rmax speed of 406,800 GFlop/s and Rpeak speed of 542,400 GFlop/s, it is not impossible to impersonate one’s IP, geo-location, and cities all over the world.

CNIC has done it to this site. just a few seconds ago.
Along with many other internet behemoths.
Google is not exclusive.

We can detect its impersonation, the spoofing acts through its consistent operating system being used and the browser as well.

CNIC has implemented the necessary technologies to do that such as internet addressing; Autonomous System number (AS number) allocation service; cataloging databases of Internet users, web addresses, domain names, and AS numbers; surveying internet information resources; and maintains cooperative relationships with other International Internet Communities, and works closely with Network Information Centers (NICs) of other countries.

The revealed identity of CNIC is known when CNIC had used along with the same OS and internet browser, and the same url.

Some years ago, I was also known as Microsoft MVP, Most Vetted Person.

I was famous enough to be scrutinised by the NNIC, Navy NIC, US Navy Network Information Center.


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Supercomputing Center
——CNGrid Operation Center and the main node in North China

Supercomputing Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences (SCCAS) is a subsidiary branch of Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CNIC, CAS) for providing support and services.

SCCAS is the general center in the supercomputing environment of CAS, the Research and Development (R&D) service base of Beijing Municipal Capital Science and Technology Platform, and also nominated as the Operation and Management Center of China National Grid (CNGrid) and the north main node of CNGrid by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China.

The center focuses on operating and maintaining super-computers, exploiting and supporting massively parallel computing, developing visualization software and other related services. Our mission is to drive the scientific innovations and industrial multiplications by applying leading-edge supercomputing technologies.

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Computer Network Information Center (CNIC)

The Network Science Publicity and Education Center is set by the Computer Network Information Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences, with the principles of “conducting overall planning, enhancing integration, exerting advantages and serving the public”, in an effort to implement the deployment for informatization required in the “11th Five-year Plan”. It is set based on the existing infrastructures and aims to publicize the innovative knowledge of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and serve the publicity and education of science in a network environment.

The Network Science Publicity and Education Center will strive to develop into a demonstration base for network science publicity and education application, a technical and service center of the Academy for building and sharing network science publicity resources and promoting education, and a window of the Academy for publicizing knowledge innovatively and displaying achievements. It will make efforts to provide multi-layer and featured services to meet the demands of science publicity activities; provide network science education service to meet the demands of the public in improving their knowledge of science; provide network on-job training and continuous education to meet the demands of technicians for career development and science and technology innovation.

The visit course covers: 1. top-grade internet center area in China, 15min; 2D and 3D technology revelation cinema, 15min; 3. speech & virtual experience, 30min.

Directions: Get off at Zhi Chun Lu Nan Li station by Bus 826, 941, 725, 735, 804, 386 or 304; or get off at Haidian Jiaotong Zhi Dui station by Bus 320 Line, 619, 630, 732 Line or 735.
Open Hour: Free during 8:30–19:00 on May 19 and Sept. 27; charge at other hours, ticket price is RMB 50.
Reservation: Only accept group reservation.
Capacity: 50 people.
Service: free on-site commentary in Chinese, brochures and souvenir.
Notice: No smoking. Keep quiet.


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Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Science
URL http://www.sccas.cn/
Segment Academic
City Beijing
Country China

System, Year, Vendor, Cores, Rmax (GFlop/s), Rpeak (GFlop/s)
Era – TC4600H/W580I, Xeon E5-2680v3 12C 2.5GHz/ E5-2680v2, FDR, Intel Xeon Phi 5110P/NVIDIA Tesla K20
81,360 cores
406,800 GFlop/s – Rmax
542,400 GFlop/s – Rpeak

DeepComp 7000, HS21/x3950 Cluster, Xeon QC HT 3 GHz/2.93 GHz, Infiniband
12,216 cores
102,800 GFlop/s – Rmax
145,965 GFlop/s – Rpeak

DeepComp 6800, Itanium2 1.3 GHz, QsNet
1,024 cores
4,193 GFlop/s – Rmax
5,324.8 GFlop/s – Rpeak

China Internet Network Information Center
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The China Internet Network Information Center (simplified Chinese: 中国互联网络信息中心; traditional Chinese: 中國互聯網絡信息中心; pinyin: Zhōngguó Hùlián Wǎngluò Xìnxī Zhōngxīn), or CNNIC, is the administrative agency responsible for Internet affairs under the Ministry of Information Industry of the People’s Republic of China.

It is based in the Zhongguancun high tech district of Beijing. It was founded on June 3, 1997 as a non-profit organization.

Responsibility areas

Domain name registry service

CNNIC is responsible for operating and administering China’s domain name registry. CNNIC manages both the “.cn” country code top level domain and the Chinese Domain Name system (Internationalized domain names that contain Chinese characters). As of June 2015, the total number of Chinese domain names is 22,310,000.

As of January 2009, CNNIC only opens the CN domain to registered businesses, requires supporting documentations for domain registration such as business license or personal ID, and suspended overseas registrars even for domestic registrants. CNNIC denies that it mandates existing personal domain names to be transferred to businesses. Trend Micro suggests this move is still not enough to stop modern security threats from the .cn domain.

IP address and Autonomous System number (AS number) allocation service

CNNIC allocates Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and AS Numbers to domestic ISPs and users. CNNIC is a National Internet Registry (NIR) acknowledged by the Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC). In late 2004 CNNIC launched an “IP Allocation Alliance” which simplified the procedures for obtaining IP addresses.

Catalogue Database Service

CNNIC is responsible for the creation and maintenance of the state top-level network catalog database. This database provides information on Internet users, web addresses, domain names, and AS numbers.

Technical research on Internet addressing

CNNIC conducts technical research and undertakes state technical projects based on its administrative and practical network technology experience.

Internet survey and statistics

CNNIC has conducted, and continues to conduct, surveys of Internet information resources. CNNIC maintains statistics on topics such as Internet bandwidth in China, Domain Name registrations, and Internet Development in China.

International liaison and policy research

As the national Network Information Center (NIC), CNNIC maintains cooperative relationships with other International Internet Communities, and works closely with NICs of other countries.

Secretariat of the Internet Policy and Resource Committee, Internet Society of China (ISC)

CNNIC serves as the Secretariat of the Internet Society of China’s Internet Policy and Resource Committee. The Policy and Resource committee is in charge of tasks such as providing policy and legislation oriented suggestions to promote the growth of China’s internet, facilitating the development and application of Internet resources and relevant technologies, and actively participating in the research work of domestic Internet development and administration polices.

Secretariat of the Anti-Phishing Alliance of China (APAC)

In July 2008, a broad alliance of Chinese online commerce stakeholders, including CNNIC, all major Chinese commercial banks and web hosting companies, founded the Anti-Phishing Alliance of China (APAC) in order to tackle phishing activities that abuse .cn sub-domain names. CNNIC also functions as the secretariat of APAC.

In October 2009, the alliance announced its cooperation with two new members – Netcraft and Maxthon, who will help the alliance to process and verify various phishing reports, and add the confirmed phishing URLs to Netcraft’s phishing site feed and Maxthon’s phishing blacklist.

Fraudulent certificates

In 2015 Google discovered that CNNIC had issued an intermediate CA certificate to an Egypt-based firm that used CNNIC’s keys to impersonate Google domains. Google responded by removing CNNIC’s root certificate from the certificate store in Google Chrome and all Google’s products.

Mozilla responded to the incident by stating that “The Mozilla CA team believes that CNNIC’s actions amount to egregious behaviour… CNNIC’s decision to violate their own Certification Practice Statement is especially serious, and raises concerns that go beyond the immediate scope of the misissued intermediate certificate. After public discussion… we are planning to change Firefox’s certificate validation code such that it refuses to trust any certificate issued by a CNNIC root with a notBefore date on or after 1 April 2015.”