User diafygi from HN also provides these useful links:
The full list of documents: http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/nsa-documents-attacks-on-vpn-ssl-tls-ssh-tor-a-1010525.html
The CCC stream of the lecture by Poitras and Appelbaum: http://streaming.media.ccc.de/relive/6258/
The actual lecture starts 15 minutes into the stream, and its introduction juxtaposes General Alexander’s 2012 DEFCON talk with what we know now. The intro alone is powerful and I’m currently watching through the rest of the lecture.
Some notes from the lecture:
The NSA also has a program with which it claims it can sometimes decrypt the Secure Shell protocol (SSH).
This suggests that they are not able to decrypt all SSH connections. It would be great to know what SSH configurations/options are secure against NSA.
My snide reply would be “SSHv2.”
But it’s possible it’s a subset of that.