The group is also promising that June will be the data dump month.
In a long post, the Shadow Brokers criticise government and IT industry firms for not snapping up the exploits when it had the chance, months before their release.
The Shadow Brokers member further says that Redmond is upset due to the bad PR surrounding the global shutdown caused by the WannaCry ransomware, which affected 2 lakh Windows PCs in around 150 countries. The NSA's hacking group also supposedly has former employees "working in high up security jobs" at those top tech companies.
Conspiracy plays a central theme in the post as the Shadow Brokers claim the NSA is paying U.S. tech companies not to patch.
Elsewhere in the article, the paper, citing people who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said: "The agency eventually warned Microsoft after learning about EternalBlue's theft, allowing the company to prepare a software patch issued in March".
The shadowy hacking group claimed that Microsoft released its vulnerability patch in March while also alleging that the Equation Group was paying USA tech companies not to patch vulnerabilities. The NSA supposedly realized what the Shadow Brokers had and told Microsoft. One of those exploits was used to create the notorious Wannacry ransomware that crippled hundreds of thousands of systems worldwide.
The hacker group started off by mocking the security practices of TheEquationGroup (read as NSA). Earlier this year, it dumped more, including exploits targeting Windows computers, after failing to sell them in an online auction.
The Shadow Brokers made the screenshots available in January.
Calling themselves the Shadow Brokers, the group first appeared in 2016 claiming that they had access to 75% of the USA cyber arsenal, which they offered to auction to the highest bidder.
EternalBlue, which was part of the hacking tools leaked by the Shadow Brokers in April, is the very same tool at the heart of the recent ransomware attacks.
Although it is still unclear as to what operating systems would come under attack following the release of new malware, the reports had it that Microsoft Windows 10 would possibly be the target. "Is being like wine of month club", its post states; Blue Apron for malware. What members doing with data after is up to members.
Shadow Brokers first emerged last August, offering to auction hacking exploits it said were used by the NSA's elite hacking team known as Equation Group (officially named Tailored Access Operations). Regarding the type of exploits the Shadow Brokers is promising to deliver, the group says it will deliver exploits for web browsers, routers, handsets and more.