A Spyware Company Audaciously Offers ‘Cyber Nukes’
Aglaya, one of the many firms trying to jump on the surveillance gold-rush, is now offering ridiculous capabilities that it compares to a nuclear strike, including at trade shows attended by government agencies.
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Spyware Company That Said It Would Leave Spyware World Shows Up At Arms Fair
Aglaya said it wasn't interested in selling sketchy products to governments. Now, it's advertising the same products at arms shows.
Here’s a List of Unknown Software Bugs a Hacking Contractor Claimed to Have
As governments require more hacking powers, shady companies will sell them the necessary tools.
This Leaked Catalog Offers ‘Weaponized Information’ That Can Flood the Web
For €2,500 a day, governments could buy large scale astroturf campaigns, and for €1 million, services to create false criminal charges.