VILNIUS – Chinese, or allegedly made in Asia but in fact Russian, equipment widely used in Lithuania and all over the world might be used to spy on residents and businesses and collect data, Lithuania's Vice Minister of National defense Edvinas Kerza says.
Presenting the 2019 National Cyber Security Status Report on Thursday, the vice minister paid attention to the fact that specialists from the National Cyber Security Center physically analyzed one of the most popular wireless routers used by Lithuanians at home and found that it sends data to servers in Russia...
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