Here is a list of URLs used by the NSA to install malware on PCs worldwide

Last month security researchers discovered an undetectable malware installed in the hard drives by the American National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on people around the world. Those findings were indeed serious but there is another light to the story. 

Researcher at Kaspersky Labs have discovered a list of domains used by the NSA to install malware on victim’s PC around the world.

These domains are now expired and NSA has no control over them, but at the same time these domains are now worth thousands of dollars. 

Kaspersky identified 300 such domains, and published 113 of them.

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For instance, xLiveHost.com was used by the NSA but now can be bought by any pornographic company and might be worth up to $7,000 to $10,000. Another domain TechnicalConsumerReports.com was also used by the NSA to install spying software on user’s PC and might be worth up to few thousands of dollars.

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IslamicMarketing.net was once owned by the NSA and as the name suggests it may have been used to spy on Islamic countries. It might be worth up to few thousand dollars as well. 

Some good and expensive domains according to us are mentioned below, for full list click here.

  • thesuperdeliciousnews.com
    goodbizez.com
    coffeehausblog.com
    islamicmarketing.net
    adsbizsimple.com
    amazinggreentechshop.com
    suddenplot.com
    honarkhabar.com
    techsupportpwr.com
    webbizwild.com
    zhalehziba.com
    serv-load.com
    wangluoruanjian.com

So which domain from above list would you buy? 


Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.