“Russian government hackers lifted details of U.S. cyber capabilities from a National Security Agency employee who was running Russian antivirus software (Kaspersky) on his computer, according to several individuals familiar with the matter.
The employee had taken classified material home to work on it on his computer, and his use of Kaspersky Lab antivirus software enabled Russian hackers to see his files, the individuals said. The case, which dates to 2015 and has not been made public, remains under investigation by federal prosecutors.” (WaPo)
[b]This is just outrageous!! Corporations, financial institutions, hospitals and universities, and now the NSA, one of our spy agencies?? Apparently it only takes ONE idiot employee to compromise us all! ‘National security’, my a$$!
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