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The Shadow Brokers group, which is believed to have published hacking tools that security experts think were stolen from the NSA, said Tuesday that it plans to sell a new set of stolen code in July to those willing to pay more than $22,000, Reuters reports.

The group said it has yet to determine what files will be in the batch it plans to sell.

The group has previously claimed to have access to tools needed to hack web mobile handsets and Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows 10 operating system.

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