More "evidence" has emerged this week, once again from a security company, this one based in Washington DC, that appears to point the finger at Russian involvement in the leaking of NSA exploits on the Web last year.
An ex-NSA spook, who now runs his own information security company, has taken aim at his fellow professionals over their reactions to a published claim that Kaspersky Lab software was used to exfiltrate material from the home computer of an NSA employee.
Russian government hackers are claimed to have obtained details of how the US breaks into networks of other countries and also how it defends itself, through the theft of material that was moved by an NSA contractor from his office machine to his home computer, unnamed sources say.
LOL. Read some history pal.
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