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Facebook, Apple confirm they were targets of Supermicro malware attack

The plot thickens. In a follow-up to its bombshell report about a Chinese supply-chain attack on major U.S. companies including Apple and Amazon via the server manufacturer Supermicro, Bloomberg says bad actors also infiltrated the servers with malware.

- Mashable

Security Today (press release) (blog)

China Reportedly Used Microchips to Infiltrate US Companies

Apple, AWS and Super Micro have all vehemently disputed the report by BusinessWeek, which heavy relies on anonymous government and corporate sources. Apple said it did not find the chips and Super Micro denied having introduced the chips during ...

- Security Today (press release) (blog)

Seeking Alpha

Lenovo denies Super Micro ties after share slide

Lenovo (OTCPK:LNVGY) dropped over 15% in Asian trading on yesterday's Bloomberg Businessweek report that China was using Super Micro products to hide chips meant to spy on U.S. companies. Lenovo tells CNBC that Super Micro “is not a supplier to ...

- Seeking Alpha

South China Morning Post

All you need to know about Supermicro, the US computer firm allegedly ...

Silicon Valley-based computer maker Super Micro Computer (Supermicro) saw its share price plummet more than 40 per cent after a Bloomberg BusinessWeek report on Thursday alleged that it sold servers compromised by Chinese spies to major US tech ...

- South China Morning Post

The Register

Chinese tech titans' share prices slump after THAT Super Micro story

The ripple effect of explosive claims that Chinese government agents slipped snooper chips into Super Micro servers used by Apple and Amazon today dented the share price of the Middle Kingdom's tech titans. Bloomberg yesterday alleged that chips built ...

- The Register