NSA helped GCHQ spies hack Juniper firewalls — Snowden leak

British spies enlisted the help of the US National Security Agency (NSA) to learn how to hack firewalls made by top internet security provider Juniper, according to leaked documents.

Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), which is the UK’s foremost electronic intelligence and surveillance agency, looked to its counterpart across the Atlantic to access the firm’s firewalls.

GCHQ says it does not comment on intelligence matters and operates within a strict legal framework.

In a statement, Juniper told the Intercept it “operates with the highest of ethical standards.

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Via RT.