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Huawei blames US for cyberattacks

In a barrage of tweets, Huawei accuses the US government of resorting to a set of measures, including cyberattacks, to disrupt its businesses and force companies and other countries not to use the company's products.

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The United States has used cyber-attacks "to infiltrate Huawei's intranet and inside information," the company said in a tweet. He also blamed FBI that it is pushing Huawei employees to spy on and collect company information.

Americans have been embroiled in a long-running spat over allegations of espionage in Huawei and May in view of escalating trade tensions with China. China, the president Trump declared a national emergency and banned US telecommunications companies from using equipment from foreign companies that could threaten National security.

The Commerce Department immediately placed Huawei and 70 subsidiaries on the Bureau of Industry (BIS) entity list to "prevent US technology from being used by overseas entities in ways that could potentially undermine its interests." national security or foreign policy, ”Wilbur Ross said in a statement at the time.

But last month, the Commerce Department renewed a temporary license that allows US companies to sell their products to Huawei, but blocked export products to 45 companies affiliated with Chinese technology company.

Huawei rages on Twitter over reports claiming that China was probably behind a recently discovered malware campaign that used so-called watering-hole attacks to target users iPhone for more than two years, as part of the effort to locate Uyghur Muslims based in the Chinese state of Xinjiang.

The campaign was actually wider than it initially seemed and also attempted to infect devices Android and Microsoft Windows.

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