WikiLeaks just published what appears to be spying secrets from the Central Intelligence Agency. These files have been called the most comprehensive release of US spying files to the public.
When counted, we could see 8761 documents that tell of the capacity of the CIA when it comes to hacking, and according to Julian Assange, the published spy files are just the first of a series of “Vault 7” leaks.
Up until the release of these documents, the Snowden files happened to be the highest paged file that showed the hacking capacity of the NSA and other American government agencies. It was also stated that the files also included a range of software and exploits that would allow unparalleled control of computers around the world if it happens to be real.
It was also stated that the leaks included software that would allow CIA to take full control of popular consumer electronics products, and that just shows how powerful this software is. The documents also contain techniques on how the CIA controls and exfiltrate data from smartphones and other devices. There are also indications that the intelligence agency has developed lethal techs which make it possible for the agency to have control of land-based and airborne vehicles and medical gadgets.