On March 7, WikiLeaks released the first part of what it called an unprecedentedly large archive of CIA-related classified documents.
According to the website, a large archive comprising various viruses, malware, software vulnerability hacks and relevant documentation, was uncovered by US government hackers, which is how WikiLeaks gained access to some of the data from the trove.
The revelations come after claims made by the US intelligence agencies alleging Russian meddling in November's US presidential election. Russian government officials have repeatedly denied these accusations.
Russia is calling on the US security services to give a full response to WikiLeaks’ accusations regarding hackers of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Friday.
In an interview with Sputnik France, French communications expert Antoine Lefebure focused on WikiLeaks' recent disclosure of a massive new trove of leaks related to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), code-named "Vault 7."
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US IT-companies based in the so-called Silicon Valley are skeptical about potential cooperation with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on revelations about the alleged CIA hacking activities.
WikiLeaks is holding a press conference following the release of the first part of 'Vault 7,' the largest archive of CIA-related classified documents yet.
The world's IT giants are scrupulously analyzing the latest WikiLeaks' disclosure of the CIA hacking practices, and signaling that many of the vulnerabilities mentioned in the leaked reports have already been patched. However, it appears that it's too early to heave a sigh of relief.
A federal criminal investigation is being opened into WikiLeaks' publication of documents detailing alleged CIA hacking operations.
Reports of US attempts to wiretap Russian President Vladimir Putin deserve attention, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Thursday.
WikiLeaks claims that less than one percent of the CIA documents obtained by the whistleblower website were published within the first part of the Vault 7 release.
CIA noted in a statement that WikiLeaks-type disclosures put US officials in danger and embolden enemies.
After WikiLeaks shocked the world with their “Vault 7” disclosures about CIA tactics and methods, the Washington Post’s only response was to blame Russia and attempt to smear and discredit the country.
Within WikiLeaks’ explosive new revelations about CIA spying, there are documents discussing how the agency is using smart televisions to spy on users, even when it appears that the TVs are off, through a program called “Weeping Angel.”
On Wednesday, WikiLeaks released a massive trove of documents from the CIA, code-named Vault 7. The leaks reveal that the agency has the capability to hack into virtually all popular computers and mobile devices, so is there any way left to avoid government spying?
Speaking to Sputnik about WikiLeaks' publication of Vault 7, a massive trove of documents exposing the CIA's hacking and spying capabilities, web security expert Troy Hunt said that the NSA's mass data trawling revelations of a few years ago were much more significant than the CIA stuff, because they showed that literally everyone was targeted.
A federal criminal investigation is being opened into WikiLeaks' publication of documents detailing alleged CIA hacking operations, according to local media.
Germany is in constant contact with the United States on the issues of cybersecurity and is taking information released by WikiLeaks on Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) espionage seriously, German Foreign Ministry spokesman Sebastian Fischer said Wednesday.
WikiLeaks' exposure of CIA hacking tools and practices has raised a number of issues. It appears that by weaponizing malware, viruses, Trojans, remote control systems and secretly exploiting the vulnerabilities of popular software and hardware, the CIA's hacking division has crossed the red line.
WikiLeaks has published part one of Vault 7 – a massive trove of documents on the CIA. As expected, the leaks' contents, including new details on the intelligence agency's shocking capabilities, and important revelations about the so-called 'Russian hack', have riled up social media. Sputnik has collected some of the most interesting reactions.
The Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab is checking information from the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks on vulnerabilities in its security software, the company's spokesperson told Sputnik.
In the explosive “Vault 7” CIA secrets published by WikiLeaks on Tuesday, the organization has warned that the CIA, among a myriad of other intrusive exploits, has been investigating ways to hack and manipulate the control systems of cars and trucks for use in covert operations.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in collaboration with the UK Security Service MI5 devised a technology that would allow to turn on a television set's audio recording capabilities remotely, WikiLeaks said in a press release Tuesday.