NSA code that can break into any Windows computer is released b yhacking collective that claims spy agency spie penetrated Mideast banking networks | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NSA code that can break into any Windows computer is released b yhacking collective that claims spy agency spie penetrated Mideast banking networks

TheShadowBrokers, which startled the security experts last year by releasing some of the NSA's hacking tools, has recently resumed pouring secrets into the public domain.

In a first for TheShadowBrokers, the data includes PowerPoint slides and purported target lists, suggesting that the group has access to a broader range of data than previously known.

'This is by far the most brutal dump,' said Comae Technologies founder Matt Suiche, who has closely followed the group's disclosures and initially helped confirm its connection to the NSA last year.

In a blog post, he said it appeared that thousands of employee accounts and machines from the EastNets' offices had been compromised and that financial institutions in Kuwait, Bahrain and the Palestinian territories had been targeted for espionage.

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