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Apple responds to CIA iPhone exploits uncovered in new WikiLeaks data dump

March 8th, 2017

WikiLeaks yesterday published an absolute treasure trove of data detailing how the CIA utilizes specialized software and hacking tools to successfully infiltrate, spy on, and in some instances remotely control a vast array of hardware, a list that includes smartphones, web servers, routers and even TVs. In a document dump encompassing nearly 8,000 classified files, …

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How to tell if the CIA hacked your smart TV

March 7th, 2017

Earlier today, Wikileaks dropped a massive collection of CIA documents related to the group’s espionage efforts and the tools at its disposal. iOS and Android devices were high on the list of hackables, but also included was smart TVs — more specifically, Samsung smart TVs — which can be hacked to record conversations even when …

How is Wikileaks publishing files even after Assange’s Internet was cut?

October 18th, 2016

Cutting the Internet cord on Julian Assange has not silenced the WikiLeaks mastermind, who likely has multiple backup systems in place to ensure his reign of terror on the politically powerful continues long after he loses web access. Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for five years, but Wikileaks managed on Tuesday to unleash …

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WikiLeaks may have just published your SSN and credit card number

July 22nd, 2016

As part of its ongoing “HillaryLeaks” series, WikiLeaks just published a whole trove of Democratic National Committee emails. Unfortunately, those emails contain the names, addresses, social security numbers and passport details of some innocent Democratic donors. 19,252 emails and 8,034 attachments were added to a searchable online archive today. The extent of the damage won’t …

WikiLeaks vs. CIA: Airport Security

These are the secret tricks CIA spies use to beat airport security checks

December 22nd, 2014

Airport security is supposed to prevent individuals with malicious intentions from entering or leaving a country, but that doesn’t mean all security measures used in airports are fool-proof. In fact, WikiLeaks has published not one, but two internal CIA documents that teach agents how to act and what to do in order to make sure …