WikiLeaks latest dump – CIA tool infects networks, allows CIA to monitor

We had another dump yesterday by WikLeaks. It is getting to be ho hum with barely a mention. But what it reveals is that those of us who were accused of wearing tin foil and sporting a degree of paranoia of our government to boot was well justified. So here is a post for the irredeemables. All of this information to be stored at the Utah Data Center.

WikiLeaks published a hacking tool known as “Archimedes” in another installment of their CIA Vault 7 leak series today.

This is just one of a number of viruses supposedly used by the CIA and revealed by WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks claimed in March that just one percent of their Vault 7 series had been released so far, with many more leaks to come.

The wildest dreams of the Gestapo. KGB and East German Stasi comes into full being to “protect you”

WikiLeaks claims the hacking tool is used to infiltrate and attack computers that are linked via a local area network (LAN). The program essentially uses one computer to share viruses across the network, rerouting computer traffic to an exploitation server that allows the CIA to monitor network traffic on the computer.

 “The document illustrates a type of attack within a ‘protected environment’ as the the tool is deployed into an existing local network abusing existing machines to bring targeted computers under control and allowing further exploitation and abuse,” WikiLeaks explains.

More at Breitbart

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