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Huawei denies 'hidden back doors' reports on their computers


Tuesday report from Bloomberg site showed that Vodafone, the largest telecommunication operator in Europe, has identified a number Vulnerability in Internet routers for consumers developed by Huawei for the Italian division of the company between 2009 and 2012.

According to the article, these security breaches dragged find "Hidden gaps" in the software tools. What could be sentenced Huaweistupa unauthorized access to the user's home network Vodafone and fixed network in Italy.

In his report he also noted that Bloomberg would also have found evidence of this in the Vodafone network in the UK, Germany, Spain and Portugal.

While the original article Vodafone recognizes the vulnerability, the company also refutes the time that it happened that They happened in 2011 and 2012, Period in which Huawei was informed about the situation and resolve.

At the same time, as recorded by Reuters, Huawei waylaid charges, denying the existence of "hidden back doors" in their devices.

"There is absolutely no truth in the sentence that Huawei hidden rear doors on their computers" Huawei said in a statement, adding that Bloomberg story "This refers to the maintenance functions and shared across the industry and diagnostics of vulnerabilities that have been fixed in more than seven years ago."

Of course, these accusations come as tensions between Huawei and countries such as the United States continues to grow, hand espionage accusation and criticism of the role of Chinese companies in the future 5G networks


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