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This prospect of domestic spying without a warrant, as other agencies can ask for access the NSA's data.It also needs to be reauthorized periodically, which is why lawmakers are considering this now.“Kaspersky Lab products adhere to the cybersecurity industry’s strict standards and have similar levels of access and privileges to the systems they protect as any other popular security vendor in the US and around the world.” The organization's founder Eugene Kaspersky was more blunt, tweeting the following before today's revelations hit the 'net: Kaspersky has repeatedly offered its source code to government officials to review for backdoors after allegations that it was working with Russian intelligence surfaced a year or so ago.No evidence has ever been made public about such claims of compromised code.Acting FBI Director Andrew Mc Cabe, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm.Michael Rogers appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 7, 2017 in Washington, DC.It is alleged Kremlin hackers exploited the security package in one way or another to identify those sensitive files and exfiltrate them.
What exactly to do about it has gone back and forth, but the latest attempt to "reform" surveillance is here in the form of the USA Liberty Act, a bipartisan proposal introduced by Senators Mike Lee and Patrick Leahy (PDF).Further, its rules on "new reporting requirements, new defaults around data deletion, and new guidance for amicus engagement with the FISA Court" don't go far enough, and won't end so-called "backdoor searching." Still, ACLU counsel Neema Singh Guliani called it an improvement over the House legislation, noting its warrant requirement.Section 702 is supposed to let the NSA collect emails and communications of foreigners living overseas from US companies, but because those people communicate with Americans, all of that data is potentially accessible.Like almost all security software, Kaspersky's software scans files on computers to look for anything matching known malware, or programs that behave in a way that looks like malicious code.
It may be that the antivirus package sent the employee's NSA code back to a cloud service to inspect, which set off internal alarms and attracted the attention of Russian spies, or the product was tampered with to open a backdoor to the PC, or the software was remotely exploited to gain access.
It also means Russia can turn the cyber-weapons on American corporations, government agencies and other networks, and steal secrets, cause merry havoc, and so on.