WikiLeaks has published documents from the Central Intelligence Agency that details about CherryBlossom tool that exploits popular brands of routers such as D-Link, Belkin and Linksys companies.
The CherryBlossom tool is used to monitor the Internet activity of users and conducts software exploits.
The tool mostly compromises Wi-Fi routers, and then makes it possible to control and manipulate the traffic of router users, WikiLeaks announced Thursday.
The released another batch of CIA classified documents from the so-called Vault 7 project, focused on exploitation of Wi-Fi devices vulnerabilities.
"Today, June 15th 2017, WikiLeaks publishes documents from the CherryBlossom project of the CIA that was developed and implemented with the help of the US nonprofit Stanford Research Institute (SRI International)," WikiLeaks added.
WikiLeaks began releasing the documents of the Vault 7 on March 7, with the first full part comprising 8,761 documents. The previous release took place on June 1 and was focused on "Pandemic" spyware.
WikiLeaks whistleblowing platform that published the leaked email of ex-state Secretary Hilllary Clintons email states that the US authorities had knowledge of Qatar as well as Saudi Arabia backing terrorists operation in the Middle East. The e-mail published late on Monday was dated by August 2014 and was addressed to John Podesta, then-counselor to President Barack Obama
The US CIA has hacked into Users computers, mobile phones and even smart TVs from companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung, according to Wikileaks. Wikileaks published thousands of documents that describe methods for bypassing or defeating encryption, antivirus tools and other protective security features intended to keep the private information of citizens and corporations safe from prying eyes,
Julian assanges whistleblowing website WikiLeaks was hacked on Monday following the publication of the second batch of leaked Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails. "Our email publication servers are under a targeted DoS (denial-of-service) attack since releasing #DNCLeak2," WikiLeaks said in a Twitter post
US Secretary of State John Kerry has instructed Ecuador to restrain Julian Assange from releasing documents related to US Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton, Wikileaks revealed Tuesday. "Multiple US official tell us John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing Clinton docs during FARC peace negotiations," WikiLeaks said on Twitter
Israel had plans of spreading rumors about a leak that it would use a military base in Saudi Arabia to strike Iran as one of its effors to counter Iran's nuclear buildup, according to th latest Wikileaks tranche of emails released Saturday. A July 2012 correspondence between a former adviser and then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton cited Israeli officials as saying that while Israel was unprepared for a full-scale war with Iran, rumors of an IDF strike could “persuade the world they mean business
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