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SuperMicro server spy chip story returns, with no more proof than before

Bloomberg has doubled-down on its controversial 2018 report alleging that there were Chinese-planted spy chips in server hardware supplied to Apple, other big tech, and the US government — but there is nothing in the new story to corroborate the widely debunked original report.Inside one of Apple’s U.S. data centersOn October 4, 2018, a Bloomberg report based on what the venue said was a multi-year investigation claimed that Apple, Amazon, and 30 other companies had been the victim of an espionage campaign in which rice-sized chips had been planted on motherboards made by Super Micro. Once delivered, the motherboards supposedly created a backdoor into infrastructure like Apple’s iCloud. Read more…
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