The US National Security Agency, the same intelligence agency that we all identify with “the big brother” who spies on everything and sees everything, now has its own page on GitHub where they will publish some of the projects that has developed.
Although the intelligence agency is one that works mostly in the dark, it is still a governmental organization, and it is not uncommon for some of the technologies they develop to end up being open to the general public, especially with the facilities offered by the Internet for this. NASA is a great example.
NSA Is In GitHub Page
There are currently 11 repositories available on the GitHub page shared through the NSA Technology Transfer (TTP) program, although there are more than those listed for “coming soon”.
The most recent were updated 10 days ago, and the oldest ones were in July 2016. The code for public repositories is under a free software license Apache 2.0.
Certainly an interesting repository to visit for any curious or interested developer, or perhaps for more than one organization. Of course, do not expect it to be a competition with the things that free the Shadow Brokers …