Shadow Brokers Dump Alleged Windows Exploits and NSA Presentations on Targeting Banks – Motherboard
This just isn’t slowing down. Last week, The Shadow Brokers, a hacker or group of hackers, released a cache of Unix focused exploits allegedly stolen from the NSA, including some that were not previously known to the affected vendors.On Friday, the group dumped even more tools, but this time allegedly for targeting older Windows computers. The Shadow Brokers also released a series of apparent presentations and files relating to collecting data from banking systems.”This is the remaining data (the Windows tools),” the security researcher known as Hacker Fantastic, and who has regularly combed through the Shadow Brokers’ dumps, told Motherboard in a Twitter direct message.As has become tradition during this strange, months long campaign, The Shadow Brokers released the files along with a ranting wall of text.”This week the-shadowbrokers be thinking fuck peoples,” the post reads. “Follow the links for new dumps. Windows. Swift. Oddjob. Oh you thought that was it? Some of you peoples is needing reading comprehension.”
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