If you've ever wondered about just how far the U.S. National Security Agency can go to spy on you, well, I wouldn't blame you. It turns out that the NSA can spy on you even more effectively than anyone might have predicted.
A Moscow-based security software developer has discovered a trick that the NSA uses to hide eavesdropping software in hard drives made by almost any major manufacturer. Hard drives are where most of a computer's information is stored.
Being able to hide snoopware inside of a hard drive would give the NSA the ability to watch any information saved or sent by a computer.
Researchers claim that they discovered the NSA's snoopware installed on computers in Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Mali, Syria, Yemen and Algeria.