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U.S. to China: We Hacked Your Internet Gear We Told You Not to Hack

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December 31, 2013
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“After all, the United States government has spent years complaining that Chinese intelligence operations could find ways of poking holes in Huawei networking gear, urging both American businesses and foreign allies to sidestep the company’s hardware. The complaints grew so loud that, at one point, Huawei indicated it may abandon the U.S. networking market all together. And, yet, Der Speigel now tells us that U.S. intelligence operations have been poking holes in Huawei networking gear — not to mention hardware sold by countless other vendors in both the States and abroad.”

Source:U.S. to China: We Hacked Your Internet Gear We Told You Not to Hack | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com