Wikileaks releases CIA's 'entire hacking capacity'

9 Mar 2017

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) knew about several flaws in software made by Apple, Google and Samsung and others, but did not tell the companies about them because it wanted to use them for spying, WikiLeaks says. The anti-secrecy group claims to have released a trove of top-secret CIA hacking tools. The world spoke to Dr Alana Maurushat, director of The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre at The University of New South Wales about the potential vulnerabilities of our devices exposed by this latest leak.

Source: ABC News

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