Do you have a malware feed you can sell? About 35GB a day? If so, the FBI wants to do business.
They have put out an RFQ (request for quote) for "malware." The project is a perfectly reasonable one: The Operational Technology Division (OTD), Investigative Analysis Unit (IAU) of the FBI investigates digital threats and provides consulting and support to the FBI and intelligence services. A live feed of malware is a good tool for such an organization to have.
But what's funny is how they shove the square malware feed peg into the round RFQ hole. Consider this part of the bid:
What if the second feed is on sale, maybe 50% off?
The RFQ also directs the supplier to send the malware to a specific mailing address for the FBI's Engineering Research Facility in Quantico, "Attention: Supply Technician". One envisions a Fedex box of malware arriving every day.
Another part of the RFQ has some detail on what they are looking for and shows they have some idea of what they're doing, even if they are a little too interested in PHP files: