The people behind WannaCry's security exploits are promising more leaks

Imagine a loot box — but for security exploits.
The people behind the security exploits that powered WannaCry are threatening more leaks. 
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The Shadow Brokers — a group that claimed last Saturday (May 13) that they have stolen hacking tools from the National Security Agency (NSA) — said in a blog post that it would set up a "monthly subscription model" for security exploits.

OH LORDY! Comey Wanna Cry Edition — Steemit https://t.co/V1XFCDsH6I #shadowbrokers #equationgroup
— theshadowbrokers (@shadowbrokerss) May 16, 2017

"Is being like wine of month club," they wrote in broken English. "Each month peoples [sic] can be paying membership fee, then getting members only data dump each month." Read more... More about Hackers , Hacking , Shadow Brokers , Loot Box , and Tech

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