How Did the NSA's Top Secrets Get Online?
A group with the moniker ShadowBrokers posted two encrypted dossiers on online file-sharing sites. One contained about 300 megabytes of tools and techniques to infiltrate computer systems’ firewalls, with the files dating to late 2013, according to Kaspersky Lab, a software security firm. The contents are open for the taking. The second trove, though, remains locked with the password up for auction. Bloomberg's Nafeesa Syeed has more on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)