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    Pirates deploy files exposing the US National Security Agency and threaten to steal banks

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    Pirates deploy files exposing the US National Security Agency and threaten to steal banks Empty Pirates deploy files exposing the US National Security Agency and threaten to steal banks

    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Apr 2017, 1:52 am

    Pirates deploy files exposing the US National Security Agency and threaten to steal banks

    WASHINGTON, April 15 (UPI) - Pirates of documents and files, e-security experts said, show that the US National Security Agency has entered the SWIFT system for inter-bank correspondence, which has allowed it to monitor cash flows between some Middle Eastern and Latin American banks .
    According to Reuters, "said Shin Shuk, an e-security consultant who helped banks investigate the breakthroughs of Swift systems they use. The documents that were published included a computer code that criminals could use to access SWIFT servers and monitor messaging activity.
    The documents and files published a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers. Some of the records carry the US National Security Agency ring, but Reuters could not confirm the authenticity and authenticity of the seals.
    Shawk said the pirates could use the information posted on Friday to break into banks and steal money through operations simulating the theft of $ 81 million from Bangladesh Central Bank last year.
    "We have no evidence to suggest unauthorized access to our network or messaging services," Swift said in a statement.
    According to documents published by the Shadow Brokers Group, the US National Security Agency may have reached the SWIFT network through service offices. Swift service offices are companies that provide a SWIFT access point to smaller network customers and can send and receive cash transfer messages on their behalf.
    "If you penetrate the service desk, you also have access to all their customers and all the banks," said Matt Sawish, founder of UAE-based e-security Comay Technologies.
    Suish believes the group has access to US National Security Agency files.
    Dubai-based EastNets said in a statement it had been hacked by pirates as "baseless and unfounded."
    According to a statement from EastNets founder and chief executive Hazem Mulhim, the company conducted a "full review on its servers and found no breakthrough by hackers or any weaknesses." Finished

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