U.S. Inspector General Names Lexmark For Malicious Codes in Printers

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U.S. Inspector General Names Lexmark For Malicious Codes in Printers

 news 2019-07-31 at 3:28:54 pm Views: 754
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    Is The Trump Administrations
    Investigating China's Lexmark For Espoinage?.
    U.S. Inspector General Names China's Lexmark For Malicious Codes on a Printer.
    Lexmark printers contain supply chain vulnerabilities from China that were identified in a Congressional report. 

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    If there was ever any doubts about Lexmark being owned by the actual Chinese Government, well those doubts just went out the door. Static's control and Lexmark are both division of Ninestar and Apex Corporation that are owned by Zhuhai Wanlida Electrical automation Co. Ltd all of which are business entities owned by the actual Chinese Government, THIS IS NOW A FACT!. based on new report by the U.S. Inspector General dated July 3oth 2019, U.S. Department of Defense/ Report No.DODIG-2019-106 , here's the updated link:  


    There are lots of good all American patriot working for Static's control and Lexmark that know nothing about what the Chinese government is doing behind closed doors to their businesses and their products. however cyber espionage programs ran by the Chinese Government are now confirmed to be running through Lexmark Corporation. We believe that Lexmark's top dogs in the US know very well what the Chinese Government is doing to their US based company and their silence on the matter is now evident.
    Ninestar http://www.ninestargroup.com/ is now promoting Lexmark printer directly on their website along with knock-off Chips and of course cloned toners. Knowing what we now know about this new report do you really want to stock Toners and chips and printers made by Ninestar and Lexmark? All signs show that The Trump Administrations is now Investigating China's Lexmark and their affiliates, and it’s only a matter of time before our whole industry is caught up in this espionage mess.
    At Tonernews.com we are concerned about the Chips used in all the toners that Ninestar and Apex sell in the US and around the world since it looks like the Chinese Government is actually getting Data back from these chips. The China Government probably now knows everything that everyone is printing trough these toners and printers. 

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    The Defense Department spent at least $32.8 million in fiscal 2018 on technology that could threaten national security, according to an inspector general’s report.

    More Than 8,000 Lexmark Printers Totaling $30 Million Bought in 2018. 
    Lexmark printers contain supply chain vulnerabilities from China that were identified in a Congressional report. Lexmark has connections to the Chinese military, nuclear, and cyber espionage programs, according to the report. Lexmark has 20 listed cybersecurity vulnerabilities on the National Vulnerabilities Database.  These include storing and transmitting sensitive network access credentials in plain text and allowing malicious code on a printer.
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