NYT Accuses China of Using NSA Hacking Tools, Fails to Mention Said Tools Were Designed to Hoax Chinese Hacks

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 7, 2019

Video of an American company repelling a hack by the Chinese

More fake news from the sickening Jews as they ratchet up their attacks on the Chinese.

New York Times:

Chinese intelligence agents acquired National Security Agency hacking tools and repurposed them in 2016 to attack American allies and private companies in Europe and Asia, a leading cybersecurity firm has discovered. The episode is the latest evidence that the United States has lost control of key parts of its cybersecurity arsenal.

Based on the timing of the attacks and clues in the computer code, researchers with the firm Symantec believe the Chinese did not steal the code but captured it from an N.S.A. attack on their own computers — like a gunslinger who grabs an enemy’s rifle and starts blasting away.

When the New York Times tries to give an analogy, it’s like Stephen Hawking trying to go down a flight of stairs.

What a horrible publication this has become.

Anyway, without going too much into the boring details, let me tell you why this is completely retarded. At least some of the hacking tools they are talking about were released by WikiLeaks as part of their Vault 7 release in March of 2017. Other information about CIA tools was leaked by the Shadow Brokers in April of 2017.

The most interesting thing about the Vault 7 leak was that they had developed tools that allowed hackers to mask their origin.


In its release, WikiLeaks described the primary purpose of “Marble” as to insert foreign language text into the malware to mask viruses, trojans and hacking attacks, making it more difficult for them to be tracked to the CIA and to cause forensic investigators to falsely attribute code to the wrong nation. The source code revealed that Marble had examples in Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic and Persian. These were the languages of the US’s main cyber-adversaries – China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran.

This was interesting at the time because the entire media were claiming that a private company had proved that Russia hacked the DNC because of “fingerprints,” and now we are finding out that the CIA had developed technology to fake Russian fingerprints. What’s worse, it was also revealed that these tools were being sold and traded on the open internet at the time of the DNC hack, meaning that literally anyone could have used “Russian fingerprints” as part of the hack.

(Of course, it is clear now that the DNC was never even hacked at all, and the leak was actually a leak; nonetheless, it is always good to have multiple angles by which to prove the government is lying.)

Now, they are just coming out and saying that they caught the Chinese… using fingerprints. And they are literally referencing the same software dumps that showed that you can fake this. Of course, nowhere does the New York Times mention that the leaked NSA software could include “false flag” attacks, as that would obviously make their entire story stupid and pointless.

I remembered it as soon as I saw the headline. But most people obviously won’t, even though they can easily find the information on Wikipedia.

It is just incredible the way the media hoaxes this stuff, right out in plain sight.

What is more incredible is that I’m the only one writing about it. I’m not really that smart. This stuff is all just obvious. How is it possible that I’m the only one pointing it out? Is it just that everyone else knows the consequences of doing this, and isn’t dumb enough to face them?

Is it any wonder I end up entertaining the notion of philosophical solipsism every time I’m even half drunk?