Wikileaks publishes details of CIA "hacking tools"

Wikileaks publishes details of CIA "hacking tools"
By Catherine Hardy with BBC, Reuters
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They are said to include malware that targets a variety of operating systems. The UK's MI5 agency is said to have built a system of spyware attack that targets Samsung televisions.

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The whistle-blower website Wikileaks has published details of what it says are hacking tools used by the CIA.

They are said to include malware that targets a variety of operating systems. The UK’s MI5 agency is said to have built a system of spyware attack that targets Samsung televisions.

BREAKING: WikiLeaks publishes thousands of documents that it says come from the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence.

— The Associated Press (@AP) 7 mars 2017

WikiLeaks #Vault7 reveals CIA 'zero days' vulnerabilities Windows, CIA air-gap jumping viruses pic.twitter.com/Wy2yiBE83P

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) 7 mars 2017

The CIA would not confirm the report.There was no immediate comment from the Home Office.

Wikileaks says it has published the details to initiate a debate on whether the security services are operating beyond their mandated powers.

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