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In Baltimore and other cities, a stolen NSA tool wreaks havoc

Microsoft employees reviewing malware data at the company’s offices in Redmond, Wash., Nov. 2, 2018. EternalBlue, the malware that cybercriminals have used in a wave of recent ransom attacks, was developed at taxpayer expense at the National Security Agency, according to security experts briefed on the case. (Kyle Johnson/The New York Times) XNYT25 XNYT25

A cyberweapon stolen from the National Security Agency is being used to hijack cities across the country, and one of those is in the agency’s own backyard. The NSA will say nothing.

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