Tag: CIA

WikiLeaks Exposes AfterMidnight and Assassin CIA Malware Tools

In a turn of events that should surprise absolutely no one, Wikileaks released some controversial information once again. Their latest disclosure revolves around malware designed by the CIA to sabotage existing user software. Two particular hacking tools are highlighted as part of this reveal, both of which are allegedly developed by the CIA. AfterMidnight and Assassin Are Malicious Tools The two newly disclosed types of malware will put the CIA …
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What is Scribbles?

It is evident there are quite a few law enforcement tools consumers and enterprises need to be aware of moving forward. New WikiLeaks information has surfaced which discusses a tool called Scribbles. Apparently, the CIA can use this tool to track documents. This tool is often used to keep tabs on whistleblowers and journalists receiving sensitive information. Scribbles Can Be A Very Powerful Tool It has to be said, learning …
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What is the Sonic Screwdriver?

Sci-fi fans who have watched Doctor Who will be familiar with the term “Sonic Screwdriver”. It turns out this device has a real-life application as well, albeit it is not necessarily a positive one. It turns out his tool is used by the CIA, which issued to infect Apple Mac firmware devices to steal information. WikiLeaks has uncovered this Sonic Screwdriver is stored on a modified Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet Adapter The Sonic …
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Why Nobody Cares About WikiLeaks Exposing The CIA’s Privacy Invasion Tactics?

Everyone who paid attention to the news last week will have noticed WikiLeaks made a lot of headlines again. The group leaked a list of internal CIA documents which detail how the government agency has been spying on consumers through all kinds of everyday devices. What is rather disconcerting is how these revelations seemingly do not concern many people. Consumers Still Don’t Take Privacy Invasion Seriously Even though there has …
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