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Israeli Intelligence Reportedly Watched Russia Use Kaspersky Anti-Virus Against US
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11 Oct 2017 05:25 PM EST

Following a ban on Kaspersky Lab’s anti-virus software for use by the US federal government, the Wall Street Journal reported that officials believe hackers used the software to steal sensitive NSA documents. On Wednesday, the story deepened with reports that the US government was tipped off by Israeli intelligence after its spies observed Russian agents using the software as a personal back door. The New York Times was the first to break the story that Israeli agents were able to hack into the Kaspersky Lab network in 2014, and observe in real time what the Israeli agents claimed were hackers working for the Russian government searching through the computers of Kaspersky’s 400 million users.

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