Hacker Gets Hacked!

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A team of developers allegedly working for The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has
been hacked by another team of hackers and had their malware tools stolen, according to

The victims are said to be one of the most sophisticated cyber attack groups in the world. It
is claimed that that they are demanding a ransom of 1 Million Bitcoins (around $568 Million)
in exchange for some of the more complex “cyber weapons” which were stolen, whilst
others stolen hacker tools have been dumped on to the open internet and are now in the
public domain.
This is extremely worrying as many of the malware and ransomware tools
will no doubt end up in the hands of rogue players and will be used against innocent
members of the public like me and you.

You may be asking yourself why would the NSA be working so closely with malware
developers. Well thehackernews.com suggests that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)
may be hiding highly-sophisticated hacking tools in the firmware of consumer hard drives
over the last 15 to 20 years in a campaign, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on
thousands of targets' computers, that’s according to an analysis by Kaspersky labs and
subsequent reports.

If this is true then the question you must ask yourself is “who can I trust online?”….our
answer to your question is “Nobody”. To Lead A Private And Secure Digital Life you MUST
enforce a zero trust policy.

Since the birth of the internet, the digital revolution has re-shaped our lives in ways we
could never have imagined. There was a time we never left our home without a wallet.
Now, it’s our mobile phone we keep the closest. Apps and e-mails have become so familiar
to use, that we pay with a click and share without a thought. The volume of data generated
in a single digital life increases every passing year.

Credit card details, photos, addresses, password and pin numbers; most of our sensitive
information is shared and stored online. This makes us increasingly vulnerable. Online
privacy is more than a necessity for modern life. Privacy is your right, and you can take
control of!

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