The US Claims that Huawei Has another Way of Getting Through the Mobile Networks

The fight between the US and China is not over when it comes to Huawei, and it doesn’t seem to have an easy solution. The US suspicions about Huawei are posted in the Wall Street Journal, and it’s about a shady method of the company to enter through the mobile networks. Even if the US has no proof about that, the state is suspicious when it comes to the security of cellular systems.

The US versus China Revolves Around the Huawei Conflict

All the declaration given by the official of the U.S is saying about the shady methods used by Huawei. The official says that the Chinese company has backdoor access to the phone’s network. If this is true, then the company could access the mobile web without being caught by the national security agencies. The U.S declares that Huawei doesn’t need a carrier’s permission, because, with the backdoor entry, the company can access all that it wants.

However, on the other side of the battle, Huawei is responding. The official from the Chinese company is saying that Huawei does not have such intentions. They don’t take actions that could violate the trust of their customers. Also, Huawei is stating that having backdoor access means that the authorized carrier staff should approve. So, if the company will try to access a mobile network in that manner, Huawei needs approval from the law, else it will be caught.

The US continues to fight against Huawei

Unfortunately for Huawei, this is not the first accusation that comes from the US. As we all know by now, it all started when the US declared a ban on the company for the security risk. After that, the US prohibited Huawei to use the Snapdragon chipset produced in America. Because of that, even Google decided to cut off its services to the Chinese company.

All in all, the US is still trying to fight the Chinese company and stating accusations over accusations. Of course, no proof has been shown about the so committed crimes. The ban remains, and Huawei is facing a lot of prosecution from the U.S.