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Huawei: The worst possible place for a back door

According to Huawei, the Lawful Intercept Gateway would be the worst possible place for a backdoor. "The network operators are monitoring this area with diligent eyes"Huawei's Cyber ​​Security Officer John Suffolk said on February 14, 2020 in a conference call with journalists. The Wall Street Journal earlier this week, citing the U.S. government, reported backdoors in cellular interfaces for Lawful Interception Management Systems (LIMS) without providing evidence.

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Through the sunshine "I thought it was an early April fool's joke"Suffolk said of the new allegations by US security advisor Robert O'Brien.

Last year, the United States government filed two charges against the company, blacklisted Huawei on the Department of Commerce, and imposed further restrictions on sales to small U.S. telecommunications operators. In the tightened lawsuit before a federal court in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, the United States has accused Huawei of violating sanctions law, stealing trade secrets and continuing espionage on behalf of the Chinese government. The U.S. Department of Justice is now also claiming that Huawei has violated sanctions against North Korea with secret deliveries. The theft of business secrets is likely to be noisy Wall Street Journal to deal with Cisco go from 2003, according to which Huawei copied parts of the router software from Cisco. Huawei and Cisco settled the lawsuit in July 2004 with a settlement.

Huawei explained on the complaint: "Intellectual property disputes are widespread in international business. According to public records, Apple was involved in 596 intellectual property lawsuits and Samsung 519 between 2009 and 2019. Huawei was involved in 209"Huawei said.

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