The group that released NSA exploits for Windows, which were used in massive ransomware attacks last weekend, has accused Microsoft of being hand-in-glove with The Equation Group, a group that is believed to be a front for the NSA.
Attackers used the NSA exploits utilised by the WannaCry creators to create a tool for mining for the monero cryptocurrency well before last weekend's ransomware crisis, according to researchers from the Proofpoint cyber security company.
Security companies around the world were falling over themselves during the last few days in order to try and eke some publicity out of the WannaCry Windows ransomware episode. While some managed to get a bit of the spotlight, one company that took a beating was Sophos.
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