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Group Behind NSA Dump that Led to WannaCry Opens 0-Day Exploit Subscription
30 May 2017, 10:24 am

Infamous hacking group Shadow Brokers has promised to release more zero-day exploits, such as the one that has made life a misery for some 300,000 people across the world via WannaCry. Now, the group isn't just after wreaking havoc, but also after making some money, since the releases will be made for a special club where access costs north of $21,000. 

The promise for the release was made weeks ago, but now the group has more details about how this whole thing will go down. 

The hacking collective says that in order to participate you'll have to sign up for the monthly subscription model - the "Wine of Month Club," as they put it. This will give people access to the upcoming leaks each month starting from June. 

In order to subscribe people are asked to send 100ZEC (Zcash) to an address anytime in June, include a delivery email address in the encrypte... (read more)

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