Members of Parliament in the UK have written to President Biden during his trip to the country asking him to drop the computer intrusion charges levelled against Julian Assange for his Wikileaks work.
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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.
Wikileaks has been blocked in Turkey following the publication of thousands of emails belonging to Turkey's ruling AKP party. The emails were published less than a week after a coup attempt in Turkey.
Chelsea Manning has been allowed to receive Internet articles which the US Army had previously banned her from receiving. The EFF is still concerned about restrictions on internet content inmates get.
Whistle-blower Julian Assange of WikiLeaks has revealed Afghanistan to be the second nation to have all of its phone calls made from mobiles monitored, stored and archived by the NSA's MYSTIC program.
Thousands of Twitter users in Turkey are accessing VPN and Tor to bypass the government's ban of the social networking site. A forum has appeared on WikiLeaks, encouraging users to "use it anyway".
Due to government leaks and other recent events, there has been serious discussion in Russia's government about going back to typewriters. Such a change could cut down on future potential leaks.
WikiLeaks tweeted yesterday that recently deceased Internet activist Aaron Swartz assisted them, was in contact with Julian Assange and may have been a source for the organisation.
Former BFFs Anonymous and WikiLeaks are breaking up over an election themed paywall, and Anonymous says they'll no longer support WikiLeaks or Julian Assange because of their 'filthy and rotten' ways.
Anonymous have led their latest attack on government websites in an attempt to 'help' Julian Assange, with a particular focus upon ensuring specific targets are disrupted and stay down for some time.
WikiLeaks is back up and running again, in the aftermath of the DDoS attacks by the mysterious 'AntiLeaks' group that followed the release of 'TrapWire' survillance documents.
WikiLeaks has been facing a sustained DDoS attack for over 5 days, with a new patriotic hacker group taking credit, but there could be more to the story (it involves surveillance and the government).
Due to their part in leaking video footage of American soldiers killing civilians in Baghdad, a prominent Icelandic MP has been advised to avoid going to the USA by her own government.
WikiLeaks has begun to release emails form inside Syria's government ministries, with over two million emails waiting to go live across the world. The emails could shed new light on the uprising.
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has lost his appeal to avoid extradition to Sweden, and now has 14 days to make one final challenge to the ruling made by the U.K. Supreme Court.
New documents released by Wikileaks earlier this week suggest Apple is struggling to counter against the Chinese counterfeit gadget trade. Local authorities are reportedly uncooperative with Apple.
Following today's news on the FBI raiding locations of possible members of the Anonymous hacker group in New York State, 16 people in the US have now been arrested in connection to alleged hack attacks...
It has been more than half a year since Visa and MasterCard faced DDoS attacks from Anonymous and WikiLeaks supporters for holding back financial donations to the whistleblower organization. In an announcement made earlier today,...
Controversial figure, Julian Assange said in an interview with Russian news site RT yesterday, that Facebook is an ‘appalling spy machine’. When asked what his thoughts of the role of social network sites in regards to...
The ongoing Wikileaks story has taken a new turn with the US Government being given permission to obtain the Twitter account information of Icelandic Birgitta Jonsdottir, Dutch Rop Gonggrijp and American Jacob Appelbaum, all three...
It was bound to happen sooner or later, but Julian Assange may be set for a big pay day if plans for a WikiLeaks movie get the green light. Pre-production is said to be already...
Five males have been taken into custody this morning, after their attacks against websites like PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and Amazon. The massive online group called 'Anonymous' was successful in disrupting service to the websites, all...
Bank of America is buying up domain names with derogatory words like "sucks" and "blows" in an effort to protect its executives and board members from potential future attacks according to a report out of...
An unofficial iPhone and iPad app that provided access to WikiLeaks site content and follow the site's Twitter account has lasted less than four days in the App Store. TechCrunch reported that the WikiLeaks App by...
A few days ago, Neowin reported that Dutch authorities had arrested a 16 year old in connection to the distributed denial of service attacks that took place on behalf of Wikileaks as part of Operation:...
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could soon find himself under attack from an unlikely source, with reports WikiLeaks ''defectors'' are planning to launch a rival whistleblower site as early as next week. Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports...
Following yesterday's attacks on various websites that have been seen by Anon to oppose WikiLeaks, including Visa, Mastercard and PayPal, Neowin has been monitoring the discussions occurring within the group. What has become apparent is...
Anonymous sure has been fairly busy recently with their recent attacks on PayPal, MasterCard, and now are preparing to take down Visa's website according to a tweet by @Anon_Operation under Operation Payback. The group today announced...