New Huawei P30 Pro found to be querying servers in China

New Huawei P30 Pro found to be querying servers in China

New Huawei P30 Pro found to be querying servers in China

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New Huawei P30 Pro found to be querying servers in China


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28 réflexions au sujet de “New Huawei P30 Pro found to be querying servers in China”

  1. Developer rolled back claims on connection to Chinese gov server:

    >The requests to beian.gov.cn were happened during testing, originate from baidu.com. Please see this analysis report for more info

    As far as I know beian is the equivalent of Chinese ICANN almost every website in China touches it on some level, it’s purpose looks administrative.

    Anyone with half a brain who did cursory search on Exploit WareLabs should stumble on this article which highlights lack of publish rigor from another [expose last year](https://avleonov.com/tag/exploitwarelabs/). Juice:

    >Our research team studied the video and we have several reasons to doubt its authenticity. We’ve conducted a thorough audit over the last 48 hours based the few details that are in the video and didn’t find anything. We reached out the researcher and instead of replying he removed the video*. We’ll communicate if indeed there is a risk.

    Use some common sense people, many security experts from government appointed investigators in western countries (including the FIVE EYE members) to private security researchers have found ZERO technical exploits or software/hardware backdoor connections between Huawei and the Chinese government. They’ve been searching for 10 years and found nothing. There’s accusations of poorly written spaghetti code but that’s only with full access to source code provided by Huawei. Did some facebook security enthusiast with no other web presence find what governments and industry experts could not, or did they just jump the gun because they’re amateurs. The Huawei security concern is based on potential risk, which is valid but of course when there’s nothing firm to attack, the only thing left is to smear.

    But that doesn’t matter now, people want to see what they see and the damage is already done.

    Here’s a protip to decipher when an anti-Chinese / Huawei article is bullshit: if it’s published by Falungong, radio free asia, taiwanese websites and do not have widespread cross-dissemination from several prominent media outlets, it’s bullshit.

  2. I found my ancient Galaxy S3 to be querying servers in the United states. Should I be worried since my home country could actually comply to a request for extradition from the US?

  3. >Buy Huawei phone, get free cloud server backup now.

    I know this is a joke but I genuinely feel bad for people that believe this. I dont think people understand what a DNS query is (not to mention the impossible logistics of it anyways)

  4. I love how a « news site » can just quote facebook posts and comments and pass off as news worthy article. Journalists have it so easy nowadays, who needs investigation and proofs anyway.

  5. I still haven’t really been clear on this: is it querying a Chinese government IP for DNS records or is it querying normal DNS servers then sending the data/resolved name to Chinese government IPs?

  6. I’ve got a pi-hole setup on Digitalocean and use that as my DNS server for adblocking purposes. There are no lookups to any of these addresses recorded. Either they have the Chinese version or it’s just plain fake.

  7. While it’s possible that data is being sent to China, a DNS request is not proof of that. A DNS request is a computers way of asking for directions;

    phone: « hey DNS, where can I find Website »
    DNS: « Hey phone, website can be found at 127.0.0.1 »

    Until we get more details this is just a another fear mongering article.

  8. US manufacturers query US sites, EU manufacturers query EU sites….. etc, etc.

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    Why the fck does shit hit the fan when a Chinese phone is querying a Chinese site?

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    Paranoid much?

  9. And somehow people think it’s unreasonable to be concerned about Huawei attempting to control the world’s 5G networks with their hardware.

    Looks like the governments that banned the use of Huawei equipment were more than right to do so.

  10. It’s interesting they mention CCTV cameras too, that they are calling back to China. If you aren’t putting Cameras and IoT stuff on a separate VLAN and blocking their access to the net entirely, you’re doing it wrong.

  11. To those who says that American designed phone (but made in China) would mirror that of Huawei (showing a lot of US or Canadian government domains), here’s the search result of my DNS Requests log (I’m in Toronto, Canada):

    https://imgur.com/a/XfZLO7x/

    (I was on Bernie’s Senate website while reading an article on NYT)

    I looked through my iPhone and it’s mostly iCloud thing (I use iCloud for everything), downloading apps from the App Store and Google because I just finished setting up my phone and was logging into my Google and Gmail account. Here’s a short excerpt of my DNS Request log:

    https://i.imgur.com/tQXKqH6.jpg

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