A video camera used by the NSA to spy on internet users could be hacked with the help of a spyware exploit kit.
The tool, called TheOwl and developed by the company TrendMicro, is capable of remotely accessing cameras and smartphones.
The malware was developed in partnership with the US National Security Agency and is widely available to cyber criminals and spyware companies.
The exploit kit can be installed on many different devices, including iPhones, iPads and Android phones, with the most popular being the Apple iPhone.
TrendMicro says the spyware can also be used to remotely spy on computer networks and smartphones, including those used by users who are using VPNs.
It also offers a tool that lets hackers steal passwords and other personal information from compromised computers.
The NSA and the FBI say the malware can’t steal passwords, but it is capable.
The agency is still investigating the scope of the attack.
“While there are no known exploits of this nature in the wild, we do not condone the use of any of the products described here,” the NSA said in a statement.
The latest spyware, dubbed SpyDog, was also released on Friday, just a day after the NSA released its latest report, which said that it was continuing to develop a spy program that was designed to target computers used in China, Russia, Iran and Syria.
The report said the NSA was developing the spy tool to target Chinese and Russian computers.
TrendMicro says it has released two versions of its spyware in the past, but both have not been widely used.
The company said it will continue to offer the spy tools, even though it did not receive any government requests for its help.
“This is not a situation where we can’t work with our government partners to address these issues,” TrendMicro said.