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American and British spy agencies have been working together to exploit flaws in popular antivirus software to conduct surveillance, according to documents published by The Intercept from the cache of government leaker Edward Snowden.

Together, the National Security Agency (NSA) and its British equivalent, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), have worked to reverse engineer these products, study them for weaknesses, and even track emails coming into top security companies that might be alerting them to new viruses and vulnerabilities, The Intercept reported.

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