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Is THIS Why the Great Satan Doesn't Like Huawei & ZTE?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2020-2-15 16:48:04 |Display all floors
It's pathetic how they are randomly accusing Chinese companies of racketeering just because they don't want to face the fact that their tech companies are in a state of decline

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Post time 2020-2-16 10:19:23 |Display all floors
emanreus Post time: 2020-1-31 18:28
re: " wearing a mask"

  Only about 20% of the people on our planet which are ethnically Han Chine ...

Not so good for non Han people in China.

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Post time 2020-2-16 19:40:11 |Display all floors
Palpably Absurd
- their spying will "go dark" and they can't compete

That was the complaint of one of convicted war criminal, Tony Blair's, own goons & thugs, that the lies to justify the illegal invasion of Iraq palpably absurd. Now admitting there were never any WMD, they fail to apologise and continue to illegally occupy Iraq. But then Robin Cook appeared on the news and said he'd told the convicted war criminal, there were no WMD.

Huawei has pointed out that they don't even have the capability to hack 5G transmission without standard security detecting the hack. Their own communications experts know that's true.

And Huawei is the victim of the NSA hacking Huawei offices and demanding that Huawei install a backdoor. With Huawei refusing, the Great Satan/Five Eyes/Echelon spy-rings will all "go dark" as David P. Goldman puts it. The NSA has a mandate for industrial espionage as Ed Snowden has revealed and without their theft of intellectual property, they will continue to fall behind China. Samsung sued Apple for patent violations and Apple only counter-sued for "look and feel". The latest iPhone 11 doesn't even have 5G so is already obsolete. ALL asian manufacturers are producing 5G and developing 6G. Apple also thieved Dragon Brothers' P88 IP to produce the iPad and thieved the navigation software from Creative Industries for the iPod. Even Qualcomm is suing Apple for IP theft.

With all their latest palpably absurd lies having been exposed, they've now attacked Huawei again with a re-heated selection of accusations spanning the last 20 years.

But their credibility is shot: AMERICAN AND BRITISH spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy of cellphone communications across the globe, according to top-secret documents provided to The Intercept by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The hack was perpetrated by a joint unit consisting of operatives from the NSA and its British counterpart Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ. The breach, detailed in a secret 2010 GCHQ document, gave the surveillance agencies the potential to secretly monitor a large portion of the world’s cellular communications, including both voice and data.

- The Great SIM Heist, How Spies Stole the Keys to the Encryption Castle

And more recently: The CIA and German intelligence spied on the secret communications of governments around the world for decades in a covert partnership, controlling a top encryption company and installing backdoor vulnerabilities in its products. Founded during the Second World War, the Swiss cryptography firm, Crypto AG, has provided top-of-the-line devices for encoding communications to some 120 countries. Starting in 1970, however, the CIA and then-West Germany’s foreign intelligence service, the BND, secretly bought and controlled the company, using its devices to eavesdrop on enemies and allies alike, according to a joint investigation by the Washington Post and German public broadcaster ZDF, based on a classified internal CIA history.
- ‘Intel coup of the century’: CIA used Swiss encryption firm to spy on dozens of nations for decades – reports
Compounding is the magic ingredient.

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Post time 2020-2-16 23:31:37 |Display all floors
Photos of an NSA “upgrade” factory show Cisco router getting implant      Servers, routers get “beacons” implanted at secret locations by NSA’s TAO team.         

      Sean Gallagher    -  5/15/2014, 3:30 AM

(ref: ... er-getting-implant/)

A document included in the trove of National Security Agency files released with Glenn Greenwald’s book No Place to Hide * details how the agency’s Tailored Access Operations (TAO) unit and other NSA employees intercept servers, routers, and other network gear being shipped to organizations targeted for surveillance and install covert implant firmware onto them before they’re delivered.

These Trojan horse systems were described by an NSA manager as being “some of the most productive operations in TAO because they pre-position access points into hard target networks around the world.”

The document, a June 2010 internal newsletter article by the chief of the NSA’s Access and Target Development department (S3261) includes photos (above) of NSA employees opening the shipping box for a Cisco router and installing beacon firmware with a “load station” designed specifically for the task.

The NSA manager described the process:

Here’s how it works: shipments of computer network devices (servers, routers, etc,) being delivered to our targets throughout the world are intercepted.  Next, they are redirected to a secret location where Tailored Access Operations/Access Operations (AO-S326) employees, with the support of the Remote Operations Center (S321), enable the installation of beacon implants directly into our targets’ electronic devices. These devices are then re-packaged and placed back into transit to the original destination. All of this happens with the support of Intelligence Community partners and the technical wizards in TAO.

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Post time 2020-2-18 01:22:29 |Display all floors
emanreus Post time: 2018-12-10 13:25

An ugly scene for sure.

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