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This warning comes in response to Lithuanian cybersecurity researchers identifying several security flaws and censorship-related loopholes in certain Chinese-made smartphones. has learned that researchers tested 5G mobiles from different Chinese mobile makers, including Huawei, Xiaomi, and OnePlus 8T.
Lithuania’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) revealed that four major cybersecurity flaws were identified in smartphones made by Xiaomi and Huawei. Two of the flaws were related to pre-installed applications, and one was involved in private data leakage.
The English version of the report is available here [PDF].
In response, Huawei rep in China released a statement to media outlets stating that their phones never transfer users’ data externally.
“Data is never processed outside the Huawei device. AppGallery only collects and processes the data necessary to allow its customers to search, install and manage third-party apps, in the same way as other app stores,” the company said.
Xiaomi also responded to the allegations and categorically denied the claims made by the NCSC.
“Xiaomi’s devices do not censor communications to or from its users. Xiaomi has never and will never restrict or block any personal behaviors of our smartphone users, such as searching, calling, web browsing, or the use of third-party communication software,” Xiaomi’s spokesperson said, adding that the firm is fully compliant to GDPR.
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