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    Pentagon sees "growing Chinese threat" targeting US military supplies

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    Pentagon sees "growing Chinese threat" targeting US military supplies Empty Pentagon sees "growing Chinese threat" targeting US military supplies

    Post by Rocky Sat 06 Oct 2018, 3:01 am


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    A new Pentagon report concluded that China poses a "significant and growing threat" to essential supplies for the US military. At the same time, Bloomberg reported that Chinese spies had inserted computer chips into equipment for Apple and Amazon, used by some 30 US government agencies and agencies.
    The Pentagon report points to some 300 pointable points that affect very important materials and components of the US military, especially in China, in terms of mastering essential global supplies in US military applications. He also referred to the presence of Beijing on the world stage, with regard to the supply of certain types of electronics, as well as chemicals used in US munitions.
    "One important point is that China poses a significant and growing threat to the supply of materials and technologies considered strategic and highly important to US national security," the report said.

    Apple and Amazon denied a Bloomberg report quoting 17 sources of intelligence and companies, confirming allegations of computer chips sprayed by Chinese spies on the equipment of some 30 US government agencies and agencies.
    "A unit of the Chinese army has infiltrated into a supply chain of computer-maker Super Micro Computer to develop malicious chips that can be used to steal corporate secrets and secrets," the report said. The agency confirmed that "17 sources, including government officials and sources from within the companies, confirmed the penetration of equipment and other elements." It also relied on three Apple sources to confirm that in 2015 the company found malicious chips in servers it had bought from the computer manufacturer.
    But Apple denied the story, saying it had investigated Bloomberg's allegations, and Amazon considered the report "untrue". California-based Super Micro Computer denied that its customers had sold servers containing malicious chips on its motherboards and said it had never found any malicious chips, and no customer or government agency had found them.
    Beijing has also condemned US Vice President Mike Pence's accusations of interfering in the US election by making "pre-determined efforts" to intervene in November's congressional elections and the forthcoming presidential elections in 2020 to prevent the renewal of the president's term. Donald Trump.
    "We call on the United States to correct its mistake, stop China's baseless accusation, discredit its reputation and damage its interests and Sino-US relations," said the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman. "He made unjustified accusations against China's domestic and foreign policy and distorted its reputation by interfering in the internal affairs of the United States and the US elections," she said. The issue is just talk based on rumors, and mixing the rightness of error ». "China always adheres to the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of others, and we have no interest in interfering in domestic affairs and presidential elections in the United States," she said.


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