Without a doubt, they're the keys to the kingdom.
Don't laugh if you see "Epicbanana" or "Egregiousblunder" floating around.
Those are apparently the names of some of the NSA's most powerful hacking tools, and their code was posted online this weekend.
Former NSA workers confirmed to The Washington Post the programs were legitimate.
Tailored Access Operations
The NSA's hacking division, known as Tailored Access Operations, uses these programs to take over firewalls from Cisco and Fortinet servers used by huge corporations and governments.
In other words, this is bigger than just another release of credit card information.
The code was posted by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers, which claimed if it raised 1 million bitcoins (about $500 million) in an auction, it would release more files.
The Shadow Broker name apparently references the video game series "Mass Effect."
WATCH: On Monday, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange told CNN "everyone is hacked."
The hack of an NSA malware staging server is not unprecedented, but the publication of the take is. Here's what you need to know: (1/x)— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) August 16, 2016
Edward Snowden broke down the significance of the hack in a tweetstorm.
4) Here's where it gets interesting: the NSA is not made of magic. Our rivals do the same thing to us -- and occasionally succeed.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) August 16, 2016
It's a long rant. Here are the highlights.
6) What's new? NSA malware staging servers getting hacked by a rival is not new. A rival publicly demonstrating they have done so is.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) August 16, 2016
9) This leak is likely a warning that someone can prove US responsibility for any attacks that originated from this malware server.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) August 16, 2016
13) TL;DR: This leak looks like a somebody sending a message that an escalation in the attribution game could get messy fast.— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) August 16, 2016
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