US media accuses Chinese chip invasion of being challenged. British agencies are pushing Apple Amazon.


US media accuses Chinese chip invasion of being challenged. British agencies are pushing Apple Amazon.

Original title: US media allegations that China's chip invasion has been widely questioned by British security agencies

Reference News Network reported on October 7 that Britain's National Network Security Center supported the denial of a recent news report by US technology companies Apple and Amazon. The report claims that Chinese hackers have tried to infiltrate the servers of these enterprises.

Apple, Amazon and Microcomputer deny the report, the Daily Telegraph reported on October 5. China says it is a staunch defender of network security.

Reported that, 5, the British national network security center publicly supported apple and Amazon.

The agency said: "we understand the media coverage. But at this stage, there is no reason to doubt the detailed assessments made by Amazon and apple. "The Centre has close contacts with a number of security researchers and urges anyone with reliable information on these reports to contact us."

Reported that Apple and Amazon's denial of significant, because these companies rarely make a large speech to deny their reports. All two companies deny previous Bloomberg news reports.

According to reports, experts on network security also expressed doubts about the reports. Joseph Carson, chief security expert at Thycotic, a network security company, said there were "a lot of problems" with the report. "When I read it, the problem is that all the relevant personnel are denying the incident," he said.

Andrea Barisani, who is responsible for hardware security at a network security company, expressed similar views. "If there is only a formal denial of the report and there is a lack of technical details, then it is not reasonable to agree with the conclusion," he said.


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