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Hacking Team vendor calls breach a 'blessing in disguise'

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Jul 10, 2015.

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    In the aftermath of the Hacking Team incident, Netragard, a security firm in Acton, MA, called it a blessing in disguise after emails between the two companies were indexed and published by WikiLeaks.

    The Netragard core service is anti-hacking services, but they are perhaps better known for their Exploit Acquisition Program (EAP). Netragard, with their EAP, acts as a middleman for developers and researchers that want to be paid for their exploit work.

    In an email archived by WikiLeaks, Netragard CEO Adriel Desautels and Hacking Team's Giancarlo Russo discussed the sale of a Flash exploit that worked against Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome, on all supported versions of Windows.

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