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Are you concerned with the Trump administration lifting sanctions on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE? In 2016, ZTE was one of 43 companies that cybersecurity company Trustlook identified as possibly engaging in espionage due to ZTE’s work with ADUPS, a firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) company discovered by Kryptowire to be collecting private user information without consent.
The New York Times reported up to 700 million devices may contain the ADUPS software. Trustlook researchers conducted additional investigation and identified 43 phone manufacturers, including ZTE, that utilized the ADUPS’ Firmware-Over-The-Air (FOTA), and whose users might possibly be impacted by this incident. Trustlook also published an infographic with additional details on ADUPS.
The manufacturers with devices that contain ADUPS technology (which may or may not be impacted by the data theft) are as follows:
All Win Tech
DEWAV Communication Group
DEXP Digital Experience
Electronic Technology Co.
Konka Group Co
Water World Technology Co.