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This is just the exploits that contractors were given. There's probably another set of more carefully guarded and important 0 days. Given how easily these were passed around this was most likely a cache of common exploits used every day on regular operations. Huge deal if compromised, but not all the keys in the kingdom.

I'm 1000% sure that's the case (though I'm not sure CIA is the group that has them).

The FBI --- our domestic intelligence agency --- has been doing kernel keyloggers since at least 2003.

Name the groups?

I won't name them, but you can filter their names by regex: /^[A-Z]{3}$/

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