Thursday, June 9, 2016

How “omnipotent” hackers tied to NSA hid for 14 years—and were found at last | Ars Technica

And Now a word or two from our Sponsors? The US figured out a while back that we needed to be on the leading edge of hacking, or as some say it is the natural extension of breaking encryption to be able to hack computer systems, and who is the worlds best, our NSA of course. The NSA has not been playing as much catch up as most in the world has thought, but has been right there on the front lines, protecting American Interests as always. It is too bad so much has come out, but Snowden is not the only problem, just good old computer security has found most of it out. Which is some ways is not a bad thing, if you are looking for attacks on a system, you are going to find the good with the bad, and in the digital langue they both look pretty much the same, and actually use the same vectors of attack at times. Security can not often distinguish the perpetrator of the attack, until they are well into an investigation. By then it is often to late, and not even a good idea to abort the investigation.
from CTI Consulting

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