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Hacking Group Claims NSA Infiltrated Mideast Banking System - New York Times

For the past few months, an elite hacking group calling itself the Shadow Brokers has sporadically leaked sensitive data from the National Security Agency. On Friday, just when its leaks had appeared to slow, the group released what appears to be its ...and more »

Major Leak Suggests NSA Was Deep in Middle East Banking System - WIRED

For eight months, the hacker group known as Shadow Brokers has trickled out an intermittent drip of highly classified NSA data. Now, just when it seemed like that trove of secrets might be exhausted, the group has spilled a new batch. The latest dump ...and more »

NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers just dumped its most damaging release yet - Ars Technica

Important Update 4/15/2017 11:45 AM California time None of the exploits reported below are, in fact, zerodays that work against supported Microsoft products. Readers should read this update for further details. What follows is the post as it was ...and more »

Shadow Brokers Release New Files Revealing Windows Exploits, SWIFT Attacks - BleepingComputer

On Good Friday and ahead of the Easter holiday, the Shadow Brokers have dumped a new collection of files, containing what appears to be exploits and hacking tools targeting Microsoft's Windows OS and evidence the Equation Group had gained access to ...and more »

New leak suggests NSA penetrated banking networks in Middle East - CBS News

PARIS -- A new set of documents purportedly lifted from the U.S. National Security Agency suggests that American spies have burrowed deep into the Middle East's financial network, apparently compromising the Dubai office of the anti-money laundering ...and more »

Mysterious Microsoft patch killed 0-days released by NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers - Ars Technica

Contrary to what Ars and the rest of the world reported Friday, none of the published exploits stolen from the National Security Agency work against currently supported Microsoft products. This is according to a Microsoft blog post published late ...and more »

Leaked NSA Malware Threatens Windows Users Around the World - The Intercept

The ShadowBrokers, an entity previously confirmed by The Intercept to have leaked authentic malware used by the NSA to attack computers around the world, today released another cache of what appears to be extremely potent (and previously unknown) ...and more »

Microsoft says it already patched 'Shadow Brokers' NSA leaks - Engadget

Yesterday, the mysterious "Shadow Brokers" posted some hacking tools for Windows that were allegedly stolen from the NSA. All of them were at least a few years old, but exploited flaws in several versions of the operating system to move across networks ...and more »

'Shadow Brokers' dump of NSA tools includes new Windows exploits (updated) - Engadget

Earlier this year "The Shadow Brokers" -- an entity claiming to have stolen hacking tools from the NSA then offering them for sale -- seemed to pack up shop, but the group has continued on. Today, it made a new post that contained a number of working ...and more »

Hackers have just dumped a treasure trove of NSA data. Here's what it means. - Washington Post

A group of hackers called the Shadow Brokers has just released a new dump of data from the National Security Agency. This is plausibly the most extensive and important release of NSA hacking tools to date. It's likely to prove awkward for the U.S. ...and more »