WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange apparently thinks the Democratic Party is doomed for pushing a false narrative about Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. presidential election to help Donald Trump. Is a lengthyShow More Summary
Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange wrote a searing essay destroying the Democrat party over their Trump-Russia hysteria which he says is... The post Julian Assange Destroys the Democrat Party in Searing Essay: They Are Doomed appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange posted a Twitter statement on Saturday, writing that the Democratic Party will meet its death once it becomes clear that Donald Trump did not win the presidency by colluding with Russian election-meddling.
The Central Intelligence Agency is America’s best-known intelligence agency, but it’s still shrouded in secrecy. Thanks to Wikileaks, we’ve learned a lot about its internal workings, particularly when it comes to cyber-espionage. One thing that I’ve come to appreciate is the humorous bent to how the CIA names its internal projects. Show More Summary
The history of Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange is a tortured one, to be sure. Once the darling of the left for exposing important misdeeds by the American government, the site then became a tool for the right in the last Presidential election with the publishing of emails stolen in a hack of the DNC. Show More Summary
A new cache of CIA documents posted on Wikileaks reveals the methods employed by the CIA to hack so-called "air-gapped" machines. As with many exploits, it relies on people being the weak link. The post CIA Tools to Spy on Offline Computers with USB Drives Leaked appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Critical writings on Wikileaks always seem to stir the hornet’s nest around these parts. So, in that spirit, here’s Sue Halperin reviewing a new documentary on Julian Assange, Risk, in the New York Review of Books: Most egregious, perhaps, was Assange’s collaboration with Israel Shamir, an unapologetic anti-Semite and Putin ally to whom Assange handed over all […]
The differentiation between headlines and the story are often amazing to see. For years, pro-Wikileaks people have argued the release of the documents by Chelsea Manning to Wikileaks who then publicly displayed them didn’t harm national security. Show More Summary
The thousands of files leaked by Chelsea Manning to WikiLeaks caused no significant harm to U.S. interests, according to a report.
Last fall, we spent a fair amount of time reading through John Podesta's emails, courtesy of Wikileaks, and grew increasingly astonished with each passing day at the number of apparent conflicts of interest created by the Clinton Foundation...Show More Summary
Chelsea Manning’s treatment was appalling, but that doesn’t mean we have to whitewash the indiscriminate document dump of diplomatic cables that helped turn Wikileaks into a thing. With that out of the way, I present to you a Buzzfeed headline. Except that… wait for it… that’s not what the story actually indicates. Regarding the hundreds […]
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Forensic psychology experts with The Profiling Project spent three months trying to confirm or debunk conspiracy theories about Democratic National Committee emails and Wikileaks.
The latest round of Vault 7 WikiLeaks documents details how the CIA was able to break into routers and use them to monitor a subject’s web browsing history and intercept passwords, but Apple’s AirPort appears to have been unaffected by the efforts. Show More Summary
The CIA has had the ability to turn routers and network access points into surveillance devices for years, according to secret documents published by WikiLeaks on Friday. More »
Thursday, WikiLeaks published documents dubbed ‘Cherry Blossom‘ showing that the CIA actively targets WiFi routers to conduct their surveillance and have... The post Wikileaks Unveils ‘Cherry Blossom’ Docs: CIA Has Been Hacking WiFi Routers for Years appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
We are the producers of Risk, a documentary film about Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. We unequivocally defend WikiLeaks’ journalistic right to publish true and newsworthy information. The Trump administration’s threats against WikiLeaks and attacks on press freedom are chilling. As Margaret...
A recent Wikileaks document dump revealed that the CIA has been hacking wireless routers. The documents suggest it has been going on for years and as many as 25 devices from 10 different manufacturers were targeted. Via: 9to5Mac Source: ZDNet
Citizen Four team say Assange displays the very autocratic tendencies he complains about.
QUOTE OF THE DAY "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." ~ Benjamin Franklin CIA HAS BEEN HACKING WIFI ROUTERS SINCE 2007 THE STORY Wikileaks exposes CIA...Show More Summary