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Hackers Are Spying On You: Inside the World of Digital Espionage

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May 31, 2013
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“Winding through corridors lined with poison-tipped umbrellas, pistols fashioned from lipstick tubes, and bulky button-hole cameras, visitors to Washington’s International Spy Museum will soon be confronted by a modern, quotidian tool of the trade: a small black laptop. According to the computer’s owner, it was employed over a three-year period to briefly knock WikiLeaks offline, disable almost 200 jihadist websites, and develop a handful of sophisticated hacking tools. The laptop, says International Spy Museum executive director Peter Earnest, will ‘provide historical context to the … world of espionage and the intelligence community, in this instance through the scope of cyberterrorism.’”

Source: Hackers Are Spying On You: Inside the World of Digital Espionage – Newsweek and The Daily Beast