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Major US telecom was infiltrated by backdoored Supermicro hardware, Bloomberg says

8 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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Five days after Bloomberg stunned the world with still-unconfirmed allegations that Chinese spies embedded data-sniffing chips in hardware used by Apple, Amazon, and dozens of other companies, the news organization is doubling down. Bloomberg is now reporting that a different factory-seeded manipulation from the previously described one was discovered in August inside the network of a major US telecommunications company. Bloomberg declined to name the company, citing a non-disclosure agreement between the company and the security firm it had hired to scan several of its large data...
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