Photo Gallery: How the Intelligence Service Cracks Internet Hubs 12/30/2013
  The first slide of an NSA presentation from the Snowden archive, concerning...
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The first slide of an NSA presentation from the Snowden archive, concerning the FOXACID system. It depicts a fox being dissolved in acid and then packed into a can labeled “spam," in an image presumably created by a joker within the NSA. The can’s label reads, “made with FOX, packed in ACID.” The “Nutrition Facts” include a “% Daily Value” of “sadism (50%)” and “total crap (100%).” Spam emails were the original method that the NSA's TAO division used in its attempts to infect the computers of targeted individuals with malware. The agency now has a more effective method at its disposal, called QUANTUM.