This is why it's so easy for the mass media (and others) to manipulate people...
Almost no one checks the sources, or even *demands proofs* of what it's said.
("What? Russian hackers interfered in the elections? OK, I believe that just because you say so... Hey everyone, Russian hackers interfered in the elections!")
What sense would it make for Huawei, at this time (of all) - when it's being the target of spying suspicions - to submit a backdoor in plain sight? I mean, how *stupid* would Huawei have to be, to ruin their reputation (forever)
with something like this - even more, at a time when everyone is paying close attention to whatever they do? And, how could a company supposedly this stupid ever reach a top position on the market? Don't you find this supposed episode immensely convenient for those who have an interest in launching suspicions about Huawei?
If you check the source for such "article", you'll read the following:
(Pay special attention to the first update at the start of the post...)
Huawei HKSP Introduces Trivially Exploitable Vulnerability
I just *love* the stability, much more bug-free nature, and modular installation options of Debian. Apart from the unfortunate adoption of "systemd" (viewtopic.php?f=20&t=129881&start=165#p671030) this distribution is *great*.