Wikileaks reveals details of CIA's 'Brutal Kangaroo' toolkit for attacking air-gapped networks

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CIA's 'Brutal Kangaroo' toolkit for attacking air-gapped networks revealed by Wikileaks
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CIA's 'Brutal Kangaroo' toolkit for attacking air-gapped networks revealed by Wikileaks

Brutal Kangaroo is a CIA tool suite for Microsoft Windows that targets closed networks by air gap jumping using thumb drives

Wikileaks has revealed yet more information about the CIA's trove of malware tools, including information about how the US intelligence agency taps into 'air gapped' networks. "Brutal Kangaroo is a...

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