Amazon exec and Super Micro CEO call for retraction of spy chip story

Supermicro executives at Amazon and server makers are calling for the withdrawal of the Bloomberg report released earlier this month . The report claims that the chip could damage the computer networks of 30 companies, including Amazon's networks.

Last week Apple CEO Tim Cook Bloomberg Chinese spies sneaked malicious microchips into company servers. In an unprecedented move for an interview with BuzzFeed News to address the suggestion in the Bloomberg report, Cook sat. "This has not happened," Cook said. "It's not true about this," Cook said in a conversation with the media, asking Apple to withdraw its story for several months.

The two companies of Amazon and Supermicro decided: In today's Apple footsteps, we have a statement that blames the claim.

"@ tim_cook is right, and the Bloomberg story is also wrong with Amazon." Andy Jassy, ​​an executive at Amazon Web Services, told tweet [19459105] today and

Of any hardware manipulation. Bloomberg Bloomberg said it should act responsibly and withdraw unsupported claims.

The report contains 17 unnamed sources and no corrupt hardware was found. The report was criticized almost immediately when it was released earlier this month by cyber security experts who were not convinced by the available evidence.

Officials from the Department of Homeland Security, the National Security Agency, and the UK's top cyber security agencies have stepped forward, saying they have not seen any evidence to support Bloomberg .

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