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Spy-Chips in a Net-Device

Past ten years or so, for my connection to the Internet, I’ve used most of the provider next

by next. = In another words, those provider gave me more trouble than a satisfying service.

The one gave me hidden charge, the another gave me double charge from their internal two

accounting system.   And another’s connection was so unreliable, or another’s setting has been

kept changing again and again which seemingly pressurised me to call their engineer to

sort out the problem with extortionately high charge. (= It’s their way to make money)


And there seems a tendency, if the provider’s program is in the computer, it try to

connect even their device is not there, then if new device and its program try to connect,

a message appeared “Another device is using the connection, please set us as a default”

—– so that, I accustomed to remove the program of the old device.

So far it has been worked well except [Three G] = When I dis-installed / removed

their driver program, one file was stubbornly refused to go.

I thought it was a kind of their Ego to keep showing their foot print with their logo.

Huawei 3G-(1)A09A2493-001

—– Though, few months later when I try to remove it again   (photo above)

Huawei 3G-(2)A09A2492-001

When I clicked “Remove” a small window appeared which is in fact list of my selected documents.

=  It seems, if I remove this last remaining [Three G] file, all those files of my document could be

deleted as the elements of [Three G] file.

—– So, to avoid the risk, I had to abandon the attempt to remove [Three G] file.

= Then I realized that this must be the conspiracy which American Government,

Defense Authorities has warned, “As a risk of espionage had been

pre-programmed in the Chinese communication-chips —– Don’t use them”.

And they are quite serious = to an application of Japanese communication giant Soft Bank to

buy American communication company, American government gave a condition

“Provided, not to use Chinese equipment for the Mob-Phone Business”.

—– (If I connect my old computer to Internet, my files could be automatically

sent-out to Espionage Head quarter where tens of the thousands of their staffs

filtering millions of files from all over the world, to seek gold-dust. It is an

opportunist’s blanket theft.  To stumble good file, it would make a good sale.

Otherwise, why list of my documents needed to appear as the files of [Three G] =

I shouldn’t connect my old computer to the Net, unless I copy and remove

all of my files before-hand. —– Even though, there is no valuable file.  😀 )


Pre-programmed spy-chip seems really existing, and it could be in your

net-device as well.

(My [Three G] Internet USB dongle was made by Huawei and the another

company the American has named was ZTE = both Chinese companies said to

be working with Chinese Army Intelligence Unit)

—– it’s another seriously rotten world.   😦

(Among the readers, any body knows about this matter, please put a comment here)



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  1. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on April 6, 2013 at 15:04

    Hmmmm. I wish I had some constructive comment to offer, but I don’t. I can only say that I’m sorry to read about this situation and hope that someone can help.

  2. yoshizen said, on April 6, 2013 at 16:41

    Thank you Lemony.
    In fact, this Lap-Top is not currently in use and I know how to deal with it.
    First, scan with a security program. If it is still there, I suspect it is hiding
    in another program —– move other program one by one until it gone.
    When it’s gone, remove that program once and re-install fresh one.

  3. elenacaravela said, on April 7, 2013 at 13:32

    This is scary.

    • yoshizen said, on April 7, 2013 at 15:15

      Yes in deed.
      Only, thanks goodness, we are not having a file
      which related to top industrial research or national defense. 🙂

  4. lifelock promo code said, on April 15, 2013 at 15:54

    Spot on with this write-up, I truly think this website needs much more consideration. I’ll probably be again to read much more, thanks for that info.

    • yoshizen said, on April 15, 2013 at 21:19

      Thank you very much for visiting here.
      Now, the Huawei file has been removed thanks to a program [ CCleaner ]
      which you can Google and download free.

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