Kaspersky reveals details of EquationDrug - the NSA's online malware platform

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NSA's online malware platform contains as many as 116 modules - and may have been in use since 1996

Security software company Kaspersky has published more details about the architecture of EquationDrug, which it describes as one of the main espionage platforms of the NSA. Also called Equestre,...

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