Huawei

Nicholas Martin
Nicholas Martin

Can anyone confirm that Huawei poses any additional security risks to individual users other than the narrative that (((they))) are pushing?

I have just been listening to some (((political discussion))) on Chinese Technology -
endchan.xyz/.media/7c59f0b78524dc6279d2c0c580d60b7d-audiompeg.mp3 -
and one of the things they spoke about was Huawei.
The current meme that (((they))) are pushing is that Huawei poses a security risk.
Let me point out though that what Huawei is being accused of, are the same things that the NSA has been doing as was pointed out in Edward Snowden's leaks.
I also think about the idea that there is an unspoken but obvious Technology Trade War between China and the U.S..
(((Them))) making statements and pushing the idea of, "Chinese Tech Is A Security Risk," and "Huawei is controlled by the Chinese Government," makes people paranoid and causes them to not buy Huawei products.
With the advent of 5G coming, (((they))) want us to believe that the chinks want to spy on ordinary citizens.
(((They))) don't want Chinese Tech Companies to make money causing (((them))) to lose market dominance.
And, (((who))) said there is no Trade War?

But, with all that commentary, you can see why I think that, "Huawei is bad," is bullshit.

Please confirm.

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mobile-manuals.com/huawei/
cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-5979/Huawei.html
cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-49/year-2019/Apple.html

Adam Torres
Adam Torres

Huawei are the good guys in this fight yes. My next phone will be one.

Christopher Moore
Christopher Moore

Do you want American overlords or Chinese overlords?

Either way, if you're not a billionaire, you're fucked. Rich people see us all as cattle.

David Jackson
David Jackson

Can anyone confirm
No need to. I made an universal flowchart that determines product safety and answers your question in simple and efficient manner.

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Robert Evans
Robert Evans

Do you think tech companies treat different people's data differently?

I mean, think about it. If you looked through all your user data and found out that a successful businessman (who knew trade secrets) used your data mining app/phone, maybe you'd treat them separately from the minimum wage plebs who also use the same product.

I bet rich people and politicians have to be more careful about what they install for precisely this reason.

Some random neckbeard uses privacy-invading software → app company treats it normally, the data isn't very valuable at all. Might even get anonymized, because their name is worthless to begin with.

Some rich, famous, or otherwise important person uses privacy-invading software → they pay close attention to the info they collect, and it isn't anonymized.

Lincoln Fisher
Lincoln Fisher

would this qualify as, "Yes, the Schematic is available?"
mobile-manuals.com/huawei/

Joshua Ross
Joshua Ross

for example---(attached)

Robert Reyes
Robert Reyes

Unless you can open up the phone and trace the schematic you can't know if there aren't any additional modules.

Ryan Walker
Ryan Walker

It's just like "open source" software where they offer to let you download and install a compiled version... which isn't necessarily compiled using the same code as the open source stuff they list.

Adam Gonzalez
Adam Gonzalez

So - is it safe?
give me an answer that a non-electronics physicist can understand.

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Aaron Bailey
Aaron Bailey

China right now wants to takeover the computer and smartphone market.
If they made bugged hardware, western governments would make sure every pleb knows about it and convince them that China will spread their porn viewing habits to friends and family, causing the Chinese companies to lose market share.
Because of this, I would bet their hardware is actually safer than western designed stuff.

Gavin Jenkins
Gavin Jenkins

Note that this doesn't mean China won't bug western designed stuff that is manufactured in China, since that hurts the competition.

Julian Campbell
Julian Campbell

ITT: Huawei shills desperately attempt to capture the Zig Forums market as their reputation goes down in flames.

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Isaac Mitchell
Isaac Mitchell

ISP's modem is manufactured by Huawei
how fucked am i?

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Caleb Cook
Caleb Cook

Can anyone confirm that Huawei poses any additional security risks to individual users other than the narrative that (((they))) are pushing?

be Huawei
use free/libre software source code
don't release the source code to public
be consumer
the hardware obviously uses a linux kernel
you ask them the source code
they refuse
It's botnet.
It's as simple as that. You do not have the hardware schematics or source code to audit and control it, it's automatically botnet.

Jaxson Hill
Jaxson Hill

Do you want (((American))) overlords or Chinese overlords?
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William Jenkins
William Jenkins

your dubs confirm
that's like asking if I like suicide using a .308 or a .306

Isaac Gutierrez
Isaac Gutierrez

Do you want American Jews or Chinks plus Jews ruling over you?

Jonathan Taylor
Jonathan Taylor

Do you want (((American))) overlords or (((Chinese))) overlords?
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John Phillips
John Phillips

in order to hardware to be compliant for the chinese market it has to bugged to all hell. if you have ever been to china you will see the have surveillance up the ass, and don't even care because they aren't smart enough to understand. you see in the last 50 years china has been running a reverse eugenics programme of removing all smart people, its called communism.

Gabriel Long
Gabriel Long

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Austin Allen
Austin Allen

no kernel sources
no officially unlockable bootloader
no custom ROMs because of effect 2
botnet is mandatory, you are going to use EMUI and you will like it, bitch!

fuck huawei.
when i got my dad's huawei p9 a year ago i was excited for how many gsis i would try then they pull up this shit. fuck chinks, plain and simple. they'd run over your mom if that means an extra penny per year. fuck huawei. non-auditable tech should not be allowed anywhere in the world.

Benjamin Myers
Benjamin Myers

it's called (((government)))
fixed

Parker Bennett
Parker Bennett

Do you want (((American))) overlords or (((Chinese))) overlords?
fixed

Isaac Price
Isaac Price

Huawei is a botnet. jews are right. jew hardware like Intel, Amd is botnet too.

With the advent of 5G coming, (((they))) want us to believe that the chinks want to spy on ordinary citizens.
they will. 5G is a botnet and needs to be exploded

(((Them))) making statements and pushing the idea of, "Chinese Tech Is A Security Risk," and "Huawei is controlled by the Chinese Government," makes people paranoid and causes them to not buy Huawei products.
(((They))) are correct.

Thomas Miller
Thomas Miller

(((Chinese)))
What's up moishe?

Bump

Michael King
Michael King

Ignore communist botnet, any actual Chinese person would be fucko'ed by now.

Elijah Ward
Elijah Ward

嘿嘿,我还在,你们这个烂招没用了:^)

Ryan Reyes
Ryan Reyes

cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-5979/Huawei.html just look at that cve list

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Samuel Allen
Samuel Allen

Oh no no no you are master yes very good we serve and protect no evil very good make product cheap for you we serve you Huawei own by People Party make 5G cheap very fast for you we thank you very much for allow us to serve you inexpensive technology master your comfort are yes the future with us together very good trusted 5 stars.

Tyler Ross
Tyler Ross

i have a huawei phone and can watch all these topics, on youtube, I don't plan on visiting china anytime soon

Daniel Gonzalez
Daniel Gonzalez

cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-49/year-2019/Apple.html

Zachary Ward
Zachary Ward

American, Chinese, Russian, doesn't matter. If it's consumer hardware then its botnet. Only difference is which nation get first dibs on your contact list and porn collection before the other nations discover a hack for it.

that one chinese lurker who just had their social score drop to "recommend internment camp" levels because the botnet detected these keywords on their screen.

Brody Torres
Brody Torres

kai feng

Robert Davis
Robert Davis

You can't know. Same for any other product. Being realistic you should assume every electronic you own is bugged, but most of it won't be activated on you since you're not important enough to risk detection.
You can visit China even if you bring with you books on all these topics (they may confiscate them though). Chinks are pretty clever with their censorship, they don't care what foreigners can access and even have different filters for different parts of the country.