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Apple, Amazon deny Chinese 'spy' chips into their network

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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 5: Apple and Amazon have strongly denied a media report that claimed a massive "supply chain attack" by Chinese spies planted chips in motherboards in data servers bought by these two giants among 30 tech companies.

Bloomberg Businessweek on Thursday reported that malicious chips -- as small as a sharpened pencil tip -- were planted by a unit of the Chinese People's Liberation Army to gain access to the supply chain of a firm called Super Micro, known as the "Microsoft of the hardware world".

According to the report, Apple discovered suspicious chips in its servers in 2015. - IANS

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Apple, Amazon deny Chinese

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 5: Apple and Amazon have strongly denied a media report that claimed a massive "supply chain attack" by Chinese spies planted chips in motherboards in data servers bought by these two giants among 30 tech companies.

Bloomberg Businessweek on Thursday reported that malicious chips -- as small as a sharpened pencil tip -- were planted by a unit of the Chinese People's Liberation Army to gain access to the supply chain of a firm called Super Micro, known as the "Microsoft of the hardware world".

According to the report, Apple discovered suspicious chips in its servers in 2015. - IANS

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