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WikiLeaks is starting a new series of leaks, dubbed Vault 8, containing source code and materials allegedly stolen from the CIA. The first portion of the leaks, released on Thursday, contains source code and development logs of Hive, a covert communications platform that allows CIA malware implants to communicate with its operators in a secure […]

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Less than a week after it published another round of secret documents on the CIA’s hacking arsenal, whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks is out with a new disclosure in the Vault 7 series – the Angelfire project. WikiLeaks describes Angelfire as an implant made up of five key components: Solartime, Wolfcreek, Keystone (previously MagicWand), BadMFS, and the […]

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As part of the Vault 7 software leak, WikiLeaks has just exposed ExpressLane, another CIA project used to secretly collect biometrics from fellow intelligence agencies such as the NSA, DHS and FBI. The cyber operation dates from 2009 and only works on Windows computers. Disguising the operation as a software update, a CIA technician would […]

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