ShadowBrokers, Leakers of WannaCry SMB Exploit threatens more leaks


  The Shadow Brokers, a group of hackers that previously leaked alleged U.S. National Security Agency exploits claims to have even more damaging tools in its possession which it plans to release.

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  The group which was responsible for leaking the Windows SMB exploit in public last weekend, which hackers took advantage and led to the WannaCry ransomware menace that infected thousands of computers worldwide. The group plans to release more bugs but this time not to the public but in a new subscription based service.

"TheShadowbrokers is launching new monthly subscription model. Is being like wine of month club. Each month peoples can be paying membership fee, then getting members only data dump each month," the group said in pure broken English, in a published statement.

 The group claims to have stolen network information from China, Russia, Iran and North korean Nuclear missile programs. Other exploits includes windows 10 exploits, routers, smartphones and web browsers exploits, compromised data from banks and swift providers. All these are what the group promises to leak to its premium subscribers.

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