NSA Central Security Service: FOXACID SOP for Operational Management of FOXACID Infrastructure (Draft)

Title

NSA Central Security Service: FOXACID SOP for Operational Management of FOXACID Infrastructure (Draft)

Subject

Web Browser

Description

This NSA document, from "no earlier than 2010," is a draft of the standard operating procedures for using the FOXACID server. This NSA server is used in TAO (tailored access operations) for hacking into target's networks. The user manual describes different procedures and malicious tools for directing target's web browsers to the FOXACID server which results in computer exploitation.

Creator

National Security Agency - Central Security Service

Publisher

The Intercept

Relation

Snowden

Language

en

Date:Created

2010

Source:Classification

COMINT

Source:Redactions

URLS, contact information, and passwords redacted.

Report:Creator

Sam Biddle

NumPages

31

CreatorOffice

CSS

Date:Leaked

2016-08-19

Distribution

REL USA, AUS, CAN, GBR, NZL

Surveillance Programs

Communications Intelligence

Collection

Citation

National Security Agency - Central Security Service , “NSA Central Security Service: FOXACID SOP for Operational Management of FOXACID Infrastructure (Draft),” Snowden Archive, accessed May 29, 2022, https://grid.glendon.yorku.ca/items/show/1024.

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