May 19 2017
The Shadow Brokers, fresh off its enabling of the WannaCry ransomware, is teasing many more exploits, including some that might end in the nuclear-heat death of the human race. The information is supposed to include data stolen from SWIFT providers and central banks and data from "Russian, Chinese, Iranian, or North Korean nukes and missile programs". The group proposed a "monthly subscription model" for dumps, beginning in June - despite the fact that earlier plans to auction the vulnerabilities didn't pan out.
Shadow Brokers, the group that claimed responsibility for leaking NSA cyber spying tools that included that ones used in WannaCry global ransomware attack, has warned it will sell codes that can be used to hack the most used computers, software and phones. But if the subscription service launches in June as stated, he expects there will be subscribers. "Is being like wine of month club", its post states; Blue Apron for malware. The post indicated those who are willing can pay a monthly membership fee and how members will use the data they purchase would be up to them. "ShadowBrokers are back", tweeted Matthieu Suiche, a French hacker and founder of the United Arab Emirates-based cyber security firm Comae Technologies, who has studied the Shadow Broker releases and believes the group has access to NSA files. What members doing with data after is up to members.
Spokesperson from Microsoft has already said that they will be preparing a response for this claim from the hacking group. Regarding the type of exploits the Shadow Brokers is promising to deliver, the group says it will deliver exploits for web browsers, routers, handsets and more.
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Sadler said late Thursday that there could be three people, possibly four, in the area who have the same name as the suspect. Mainhart's death came on the same day as the 36th annual memorial to honor fallen officers at the Arkansas state Capitol.
What subscribers will do with these exploits and data will be up to them, the group said. It further said, "If a responsible party buys all lost data before it is sold, then Shadow Brokers will have no more financial incentives to be taking continued risks of operation and will go dark permanently".
Hacking tools believed to belong to the NSA that were leaked online last month were built into WannaCry ransomware - also known as WannaCrypt - that swept the globe on Friday. "75% of USA cyber arsenal".
The patch eventually came out in March, a month before the EternalBlue exploit was made public, however computer systems which had not applied the patch were still vulnerable to attack.
In her analysis of the Shadow Brokers' threat, independent security researcher Marcy Wheeler wrote that "simply by threatening another leak after leaking two sets of Microsoft exploits, Shadow Brokers will ratchet up the hostility between Microsoft and the government".
May 19 2017
Palestinians injured during rallies for prisoners
Video footage from the scene shows the protesters surrounding the settler's auto before he opens fire at them, killing one. A Palestinian was seriously hurt and another nine were lightly injured in clashes near the border with the Gaza Strip.
May 18 2017
White House Pushes Back on Reports of Intelligence Talks between US, Russia
He said that it seems that " political schizophrenia " is developing in the U.S. amid such media claims. Under current U.S. law, the president has the power to declassify information as he or she sees fit.
May 18 2017
Highlights of Tuesday's NBA game
Both Kerr and Brown emphasized a better start on both ends in Game 2 to control the tempo from the opening tip. Golden State quickly established its pass-happy, up-tempo style to take the Spurs out from the opening tip.
May 18 2017
North Korea claims its new long-range missile can carry heavy nuke
The last set of sanctions, imposed in March, capped China's imports of North Korean coal, a key cash earner for North Korea . Australia's prime minister has called on China to use its leverage over North Korea to end the regime's missile testing.
May 18 2017
Microsoft partly blames US gov't for cyberattack
A 22-year old security researcher in the United Kingdom discovered a "kill-switch" to initially stop the spread of the attack. That cheap move redirected the attacks to MalwareTech's server, which operates as a "sinkhole" to keep malware from escaping.
May 17 2017
Djokovic advances to 3rd round in Madrid Open
Nadal served first, racing to a 30-0 lead before Kyrgios made an early declaration of intent with a stunning two-handed return. The sixth-seeded Nishikori withdrew saying his wrist was "not 100 percent" and he didn't "want to risk" a more serious injury.
May 17 2017
Fox looks to sci-fi, fantasy this fall; MacFarlane in space
The next season of The X-Files will be held as a mid-season debut. The official trailer for The Orville has already been released. The Orville will air in the USA later this year on Fox.
May 17 2017
Despite alarm and government threats, we still have Facebook access today
In the video the king can be see wandering through the mall in a small crop top with a woman believed to be one of his mistresses. We have a feeling Thai authorities might find it harder to enforce the lese-majeste laws than they did with the last King...
May 16 2017
Real Madrid, Barca set up final day title showdown
Real Madrid and Barcelona both picked up 4-1 victories on Sunday with the battle for the La Liga title set to go down to the wire. Real Madrid beat Sevilla 4-1 with Nacho Fernandez scoring the first with a quickly taken free-kick on 10 minutes.
May 16 2017
Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks
After the game, Stephen Curry acknowledged the importance of Kerr's presence and the value of his message at halftime. For many on the team, it was the first time they had seen Kerr in almost two weeks.
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