Articles On: Spying, Emory Professors, Cheap Loans, HiSilicon Chips, Export, and Trade

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Top U.S. officials to spotlight Chinese spy operations, pursuit of American secrets
by Mark Hosenball
via Reuters on February 6, 2020


Emory professor hit with criminal charge, linked to Chinese government program
by Ken Dilanian
via NBC News on February 4, 2020


Communist Party Membership and Access to Cheap Loans: Varieties of Party Membership-based Loan Programs in China
by Zongyuan Liu
via Center for Advanced China Research on October 1, 2019


Backdoor mechanism still active in devices using HiSilicon chips
by Catalin Cimpanu
via ZDNet on February 4, 2020


Full disclosure: 0day vulnerability (backdoor) in firmware for HiSilicon-based DVRs, NVRs and IP cameras
via Habr on February 4, 2020


SSD Advisory – HiSilicon Multiple Vulnerabilities
via SecunTeam Secure Disclosure on February 21, 2017


This is not Huawei to reassure people about Beijing's spying eyes: Trivial backdoor found in HiSilicon's firmware for net-connected cams, recorders
by Shaun Nichols
via The Register on February 4, 2020


Export Controls emerge as way to curb China’s rise
by James Politi
via Financial Times on January 29, 2020


Transatlantic Trade Is Stuck: Time to Integrate Trade, Technology, and Security
by Tobias Gehrike
via American Institute for Contemporary German Studies on January 29, 2020


FBI Director Christopher Wray's Opening Remarks: China Initiative Conference
by Christopher Wray
via Center for Strategic & International Studies on February 6, 2020