It is possible that Huawei has gained unauthorized access to the partners' networks that have been supplying hardware components through backdoors in equipment for more than a decade.
According to the Wall Street Journal, citing sources from the US, on the 4G device Huawei sold to carriers since 2009 detected a backdoor.
Robert O'Brien, US national security advisor, said they have evidence that Huawei has access to the systems it operates and sells around the world to secretly access information. sensitive.
According to the US, the Chinese technology firm has intentionally designed backdoors in network equipment at base stations (BTSs), antennas and switches so that it can be accessed at will.
Currently, Huawei refuses to answer questions from the Wall Street Journal, while the White House has not commented on this information.
He allowed Huawei to build 5G networks in the country under certain conditions such as not providing hardware in sensitive geographic locations, not participating in core components, and maintaining market share below 35. %.
Since May 2019, the United States has included Huawei in its conditional export list. Concerned about national security, US President Donald Trump also signed a ban on Chinese technology companies from participating in the deployment of 5G network infrastructure in the United States.
However, Huawei has always denied allegations of contact with the Chinese government.