NSA denies infecting millions of computers with malware




The U.S. Secret Service NSA denies that it has infected millions of computers with malware in order to intercept information. In addition, the NSA occurs according to its own statement not as’ American social media or U.S. websites.

The NSA calls reporting the use of malware to infect millions of computers’ inaccurate ‘. “Reports of operations of any operation of computers are simply untrue,” claims the secret service. It is one of the few times that the Secret Service responds to revelations that come from documents whistleblower Edward Snowden.

According to the documents used NSA malware to infect as many computers and to obtain information. Malware is on those computers partly because the NSA would occur as Facebook and gain access to the computers to point to put malware.

The statement leaves open the possibility that the NSA has made the malware does, but has not yet deployed, the NSA specifically speaking in the past tense when talking about the besculdiging that the secret services would have infected millions of computers. It also allows the possibility that it is to spread malware presents itself as a non-US site or malware spread through ways other than impersonate a site, such as a man-in-the-middle attack.


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