NSA’s hacking into Huawei servers reveals agency’s role in cyber-intrigues with China

Washington, Mar. 23: The National Security Agency hacked into Chinese tech company Huawei’s networks and spied on the company’s top executives, according to reports based on documents leaked by Edward Snowden.

A new report gives a glimpse of the agency’s role in the cyber-intrigues taking place between the US and China, CNET reports.

The documents revealed that the NSA hacked into Huawei’s servers with the hope of gaining information on government plans and of exploiting the company’s products to spy on other foreign rivals, the report added. (ANI)