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China Has Backdoor Access to Eighty-Percent of Communications

July 16, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Former Pentagon analyst F. Michael Maloof warns that the Chinese government has backdoor access to as much as eighty-percent of the worlds telecom traffic, giving the regime access to sensitive communications made possible by equipment from two Chinese based telecom giants - Huawei Technologies and ZTE...

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Symantec's Analysis of the ZTE Android Backdoor Vulnerability

May 24, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"The worst-case scenario here is an attacker who tricks the user into installing a malicious application that takes advantage of this privilege escalation flaw. Once the application has full access to the device, the attacker can install, delete, monitor, and modify the device..."

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Security: Back to the "Made in the USA" Tradition

May 23, 2012 Added by:Jayson Wylie

The US government’s Department of Defense had, and may still have, issues with counterfeit components being procured and used in military weapons, vehicles and equipment. It’s a national security issue when the supply chains are compromised by weaknesses and scams...

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ZTE Confirms Backdoor Vulnerability in Android Devices

May 22, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"ZTE's Score M ships with an application featuring a hardcoded password that gives the user... administrator-level access. Running the program with the password spawns a root shell prompt on the Linux-powered mobes, allowing the phone to be completely taken over..."

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Intelligence Committee Continues Probe into Chinese Telecoms

February 17, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Chairman Rogers initiated the probe last fall after a preliminary inquiry into Chinese espionage operations determined the need for further investigation into threats aimed at the U.S. technology supply chain, critical infrastructure, and proprietary information...

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