By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Moscow in the machine. A hack, or leak — or both — of some of the National Security Agency’s most sensitive cyber tools by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers is continuing to have disastrous effects on governments, corporations, and individuals. But a team of New York Times...
The mysterious hacking group called the Shadow Brokers are behind a giant infiltration of the National Security Agency, revealing America’s most valued cyberweapons, one that “far exceeds” the damage done by Edward Snowden in 2013, reports the New York Times. Show More Summary
The global epidemic of Wannacry ransomware infections was the result of petty criminals fusing an old ransomware strain with a leaked NSA cyberweapon that was released by The Shadow Brokers, and the result was tens of millions of dollars' worth of economic harm. (more…)
North Korea tensions, password regrets, Shadow Brokers, and more of the week's top security news.
Researchers say the APT28 hacking group has scraped the EternalBlue exploit from Shadow Brokers' public dump and is using it to steal data from hotel guests across Europe.
Any case for intelligence agencies to have special access to encryption moot.
Evidence may tie people behind massive malware attack to mysterious Shadow Brokers group.
Notorious hacking group The Shadow Brokers is back in the news and absolutely not surprisingly for anyone who follows its exploits, it’s all about the money again. The group, which is perhaps now most famous for releasing the National...Show More Summary
In the wake of Tuesday’s massive global ransomware attack, the hacker group called the Shadow Brokers is again trying to capitalize on its reputation as a source of leaked NSA hacking exploits, saying it will up the price of a subscription...Show More Summary
The Shadow Brokers hacker group is back with another trove of NSA documents including Windows exploits and evidence of financial spying in the Middle East.
Company warns of “destructive cyberattacks” as it tries to prevent another WCry.
The Shadow Brokers Response Team hopes to raise enough money to prevent the next WannaCry attack.
It will only set you back $23,000 per month to join.
In the wake of the recent WannaCry ransomware attack, secretive hacking group The Shadow Brokers has revealed plans to release more stolen data through a subscription service. But who is behind this mysterious disruptive force? Foreign...Show More Summary
The notorious hacking group Shadow Brokers have revealed more details on their new exploit-as-a-service offering and for hackers and white hats, access to the trove of exploits that includes those obtained from the National Security Agency won’t come cheaply. Show More Summary
The Shadow Brokers group, which is believed to have published hacking tools that security experts think were stolen from the NSA, said Tuesday that it plans to sell a new set of stolen code in July to those willing to pay more than $22,000, Reuters reports. Read The Full Story Here: Shadow Brokers Group Says It Will Sell More Stolen NSA Data Video provided by TheStreet
Even though the WannaCry ransomware that swept across the globe earlier this month infected more than 300,000 machines, the damage could have easily been much worse. As has been widely reported, a quick-thinking security researcher accidentally stumbled upon the the ransomware's kill-switch and managed to stop the ransomware dead in its tracks. Show More Summary
Mysterious group with cache of NSA exploits promises new release to those who pay.
A group of hackers calling themselves the “The Shadow Brokers” have claimed responsibility for releasing the WannaCry malware. They have also claimed that the tool was stolen from the NSA. According to a report from the Normangee Star,...Show More Summary
The hacking group known as 'The Shadow Brokers' is pushing a monthly subscription service offering members top secret information including "compromised network data" from the nuclear and ballistic missile programs of Russia, China,Show More Summary