The EternalBlue hacking exploit, already used in the infamous WannaCry and NotPetya attacks, has now surfaced in the NSA's own backyard, says The New York Times.
Topic: National Security Agency (NSA)
A leading cybersecurity firm found evidence Chinese intelligence operatives repurposed National Security Agency (NSA) hacking technology in 2016 to attack American allies and private firms in Europe and Asia, according to The New York Times.
Program that analyzed Americans' calls and texts has become too burdensome, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
The NSA has released GHIDRA, an advanced cybersecurity tool to the open source world. Unlike the tools previously nicked from the NSA, Ghidra is a more benevolent tool. It's designed to effectively reverse engineer so-called compiled and deployed code and then decompile it into logic that code-savvy humans can understand.
The Science of Security and Privacy (SoS) Initiative, sponsored by the National Security Agency Research Directorate, fosters a self-sustaining, open, and public security science research community to discover key cyber principles necessary to support improved explanations, predictions and confirmation or validation of predicted outcomes. The discipline of
The United States will do more to disrupt the malicious cyber-activity that foreign adversaries are aggressively using to advance their interests, a National Security Agency official said Thursday.
And now, it's opened a Github account, and has shared several interesting code repositories under the NSA Technology Transfer Program (TTP). So far, it lists 32 different projects, although some of these are 'coming soon.'