WHOA! WikiLeaks EXPOSES New Information on the CIA

WikiLeaks continues to expose the capabilities of the United States Intelligence agencies. This group of code releases exposes capabilities that the CIA would not admit to on a bad day. This CIA trick would have been akin to a ventriloquist through his voice. The bad guys probably already suspected this capability, but it could cause some embarrassment in our freedom loving society.

Regardless, it makes the job of protecting us even harder.



As Written By MAIL ONLINE REPORTER for Daily Mail U.K.

  • WikiLeaks published 676 source code files today which it claimed are from CIA
  • It says the CIA disguised its own hacking attacks to make it appear those responsible were Russian, Chinese, Iranian or North Korean 

WikiLeaks has published hundreds more files today which it claims show the CIA went to great lengths to disguise its own hacking attacks and point the finger at Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.

The 676 files released today are part of WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 tranche of files and they claim to give an insight into the CIA’s Marble software, which can forensically disguise viruses, trojans and hacking attacks.

WikiLeaks says the source code suggests Marble has test examples in Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic and Farsi (the Iranian language).

It says: ‘This would permit a forensic attribution double game, for example by pretending that the spoken language of the malware creator was not American English, but ……


WikiLeaks says CIA disguised hacking as Russian activity  | Daily Mail Online



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