Names And Definitions Of Leaked CIA Hacking tools
Status: Available Now!
Type: News
Date: Thursday 9 March 2017, 10:42 AM
Media: Techcrunch

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The WikiLeaks-hosted ďVault7Ē collection of documents allegedly leaked from within the CIAís Computer Operations Group is a messy mix of jargon, incomplete info and broken links. So for your convenience Iíve gone through the whole pile of docs and listed as many of the tools and techniques mentioned by spook IT as I could find. If thereís any indication of what the thing does, Iíve included it, though some of these are just educated guesses based on the devices being tested on, comments from their developers and so on. All data (such as OS versions affected) is as of the latest document I could find in the leaked files. Images are all from the leaks, as well. Iíve included tools that seemed significant but had no real information on them at the bottom of each list. I did not include links because projects and their descriptions are often spread across multiple pages or PDFs. I also did not include commercial tools (such as Lockheed Martinís DART software testing suite) or operation names (like JQJHAIRPIECE) that seem to merely be specific deployments of other tools.
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