A complete denial of Bloombergs report that Ultramicro said its motherboard had not been hacked after investigation

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 A complete denial of Bloombergs report that Ultramicro said its motherboard had not been hacked after investigation


Netease Technologies News Dec. 12, according to U.S. media reports, SuperMicroComputer Inc. told customers Tuesday that no evidence of viral hardware was found on its current and old computer motherboards by outside research companies.

In a letter to clients, the San Jose, California-based company said that after Bloomberg reported that Chinese-hired spies had tapped their clients with super-fine equipment, they commissioned an investigation by an outside company in October, and the results were not unexpected. Ultramicro denied the charges reported by Bloomberg. According to Reuters, sources familiar with the situation said that the investigation was conducted by multinational company Nardello & Co, and ultra-micro customers also asked the company to provide more details of the investigation. Sources revealed that Nardello tested current motherboard samples and versions already sold to Apple and Amazon, which were mentioned by Bloomberg. Nardello also checked the software and design files and found no unauthorized components or sent out abnormal signals. Ultramicro is still considering legal action. Officials from Apple, Amazon and the U.K. and U.S. governments all said they had not seen hardware attacks from ultra-micro devices. (Muxiulin) Source of this article: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541

In a letter to clients, the San Jose, California-based company said that after Bloomberg reported that Chinese-hired spies had tapped their clients with super-fine equipment, they commissioned an investigation by an outside company in October, and the results were not unexpected. Ultramicro denied the charges reported by Bloomberg.

According to Reuters, sources familiar with the situation said that the investigation was conducted by multinational company Nardello & Co, and ultra-micro customers also asked the company to provide more details of the investigation. Sources revealed that Nardello tested current motherboard samples and versions already sold to Apple and Amazon, which were mentioned by Bloomberg.

Nardello also checked the software and design files and found no unauthorized components or sent out abnormal signals. Ultramicro is still considering legal action. Officials from Apple, Amazon and the U.K. and U.S. governments all said they had not seen hardware attacks from ultra-micro devices. (Muxiulin)