According to WikiLeaks' latest report, the CIA used seemingly harmless domains as a facade to hide its 'Hive' communications platform that enabled the covert exfiltration of data from target machines.
WikiLeaks has revealed another tool used by the CIA as part of its Vault7 project. The new release details Angelfire, a set of tools which allow the CIA to undetectably infect Windows machines.
CouchPotato is a remote tool for collection against RTSP/H.264 video streams. It allows the agency to collect the stream as a video file(AVI) or as still frames in the form of JPG.
WikiLeaks has been busy since the start of the year continuing to publish information on digital exploits and malware supposedly used by the US government to target and spy on our phones and laptops.
Wikileaks has exposed a targeted attack against systems running Linux with traffic re-routing malware known as 'OutlawCountry', after a massive data dump by the controversial online leaker.
WikiLeaks this week published details regarding the CIA-created 'Athena' spyware. It targets all major versions of Windows and allows attackers to take total control of the system and steal data.
The FBI and CIA are conducting a joint investigation to determine the source of the Vault7 leaks. Previously, Wikileaks said they got the information from a former U.S. intelligence contractor.
Wikileaks has released more Vault7 data, which indicates that the CIA used a framework called "Marble" to mask the source of their malware in order to evade detection by forensic investigators.
Wikileaks has released the next instalment of documents from its Vault 7 leaks. The instalment dubbed "Dark Matter" details how the CIA have compromised Apple products including Macs and iPhones.
After releasing the first part of the “Vault7" series of leaks, WikiLeaks got in touch with tech companies to negotiate the disclosure of vulnerability codes. They will have 90 days to patch those.
After initial silence on the issue, Google has now put out a statement regarding the alleged CIA exploits exposed by WikiLeaks. Google says many of the issues in Chrome and Android have been fixed.
Yesterday's data dump from WikiLeaks that brought many CIA documents to light highlighted the agency's ability to hack into many of our personal devices. Apple has now publicly addressed that.
WikiLeaks has unleashed the first part of the Vault7 series which details the CIA's cyberweapon capabilities. Most devices are vulnerable and the CIA has way to read Signal messages too.
If you think the theft of millions of customer data records is bad, I suspect that you'll be longing for the "good ol' days" in the near future when the bad guys start changing customer data instead.
The CIA has joined Twitter in an effort to "more directly engage with the public" in America and across the globe - and its first tweet may well go down in social media history as one of the best.
More money is spent on spying in the US than the GDP of Luxembourg, Sri Lanka or Croatia. This is recording to a report leaked by Edward Snowden which reveals a $59 billion dollar budget.
The hacker group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for shutting down the Central Intelligence Agency's web site today in just the latest chapter in its series of cyber attacks.
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