Politico

NSA-linked tools help power second global ransomware outbreak
Politico
WannaCry was powered by a variant of apparent NSA cyber weapons that were dumped online, raising questions about whether the secretive hacking agency should sit on such powerful tools instead of alerting companies like Microsoft to the deficiencies in ...
'The ultimate cyberweapon for espionage': The 'Petya' cyberattack is exploiting a powerful NSA toolBusiness Insider
NSA knew about the vulnerability exploited by NotPetya for over 5 yearsTNW
A new ransomware strain is seemingly using a leaked NSA cyberweapon to race around the planetBoing Boing
Bloomberg -RT -MeriTalk (blog)
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Atlanta Journal Constitution

Feds: More classified information collected in NSA leak probe
Atlanta Journal Constitution
The U.S. Justice Department announced Winner's arrest this month, about an hour after The Intercept reported that it had obtained a top-secret NSA report about Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The report says Russian military ...
Alleged NSA Leaker Reality Winner Appears in Federal Court, Trial Date SetNBCNews.com
Feds examining additional evidence in NSA leak case in GeorgiaMyAJC
Accused NSA leaker could face trial in OctoberOnline Athens
WXIA-TV -KRIS Corpus Christi News -WJBF-TV
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New York Times

NSA Warrantless Surveillance Aided Turks After Attack, Officials Say
New York Times
Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, on Capitol Hill last month. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency used its warrantless surveillance program to help Turkey find the suspect in a terrorist ...
NSA Director gave senator private tour during debate over foreign intelligence collectionChicago Tribune
NSA Used Warrantless Surveillance to Help Turkey Arrest Terror SuspectSputnik International
Liveblogging Today's Senate Judiciary Hearing on Section 702EFF

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Forbes

How The Intercept Went From Supporting Edward Snowden To Being The NSA's BFF
Forbes
NSA whistleblower Reality Winner leaked a secret NSA memo to the journalism website The Intercept, which promptly her by showed the document to the NSA. They also told the Agency where it was mailed from. As a result, Winner is now warming the inside ...



WBOC TV 16

The Latest: New cyberattack uses same NSA-developed exploit - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -
WBOC TV 16
(Thomas Borberg/Polfoto via AP,file). FILE - In this Jan. 31, 2014, file photo of A.P. Moller-Maersk containers on a ship in the Panama Canal. Hackers Tuesday June 27, 2017 caused widespread disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard.

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WHSV

New cyberattack uses same NSA-developed exploit
WHSV
Security vendors Bitdefender Labs and Kaspersky Labs say the NSA exploit, known as EternalBlue, is allowing the malware to spread inside an organization's network. Other than that, the latest malware is different from WannaCry. Organizations should be ...

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Mashable

The latest cyber attack uses an alleged NSA trick
Mashable
Organizations across the globe — including Boryspil International in Kiev, Ukraine, a Russian oil company and an advertising company in the United Kingdom — have stalled out on Tuesday as a type of ransomware known as Petya has locked up their ...

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Wichita Eagle

The Latest: New cyberattack uses same NSA-developed exploit
Wichita Eagle
Security experts say Tuesday's cyberattack shares something in common with last month's WannaCry attack: Both spread by using digital break-in tools purportedly created by the U.S. National Security Agency and recently leaked to the web. Security ...

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Threatpost

NSA Advocates Data Sharing Framework
Threatpost
NEW YORK–The economics of cybersecurity are skewed in favor of attackers, who invest once and can launch thousands of attacks with a piece of malware or exploit kit. That's why Neal Ziring, technical director for the NSA's Capabilities Directorate ...



Observer

There Is Now Proof the NSA Overindulges in Data Collection
Observer
But recently-released opinions from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC)—the seven-judge panel charged with oversight of National Security Agency (NSA) spying programs—show just the opposite is true. The heavily redacted documents, ...


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