The latest Vault 7 CIA leaks allegedly reveal hacking methods to spy on Apple devices.
Yesterday morning, Wikileaks released a treasure trove of documents detailing the arsenal of software tools the CIA uses to hack into targeted iPhones and Macs. While most of the reported exploits require physical access to a particular...Show More Summary
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Apple claims that the Mac and iOS vulnerabilities mentioned in a Wikileaks data dump on Thursday were fixed several years ago. The data dump, which includes CIA documents dating back to 2012, highlights how agents were able to infect...Show More Summary
WikiLeaks “Dark Matter,” a new installment under the whistleblower group’s Vault 7 series, explains how the CIA is able to hack into Apple devices and take full control of them. Released on Thursday, the newly released document fromShow More Summary
At the beginning of the month we saw cybersecurity experts everywhere up in arms regarding the Vault 7 leaks where everything from hacking tools by the CIA to their exploration of “meme magic” was dumped on WikiLeaks for the world to see. Show More Summary
The CIA has put quite a bit effort into figuring out ways to hack Apple devices.That's the takeaway from the latest batch of documents dumped by WikiLeaks. The so-called "Dark Matter"documents, published Thursday, detail methods allegedly...Show More Summary
Leaked details about the spy agency’s cyberweapons programs suggest the agency had developed spy tools for older Mac software, and had worked on a newer version last year.
It says the alleged iPhone vulnerability affected iPhone 3G only and was fixed in 2009.
Apple issued a statement in response to Thursday's WikiLeaks release of CIA-gathered iPhone and Mac exploits, saying a preliminary assessment reveals the vulnerabilities to be years old and long since patched.
In response to a series of CIA documents leaked this morning that outline exploits the government used to gain access to Macs and iOS devices, Apple gave a statement to TechCrunch claiming that the documents are old and that the vulnerabilities...Show More Summary
Apple has responded to the latest crop of WikiLeaks documents that allege the CIA had a number of projects meant to compromise Apple products. "Based on our initial analysis, the alleged iPhone vulnerability affected iPhone 3G only and was fixed in 2009 when iPhone 3GS was released. Show More Summary
A new release from WikiLeaks of Vault7 files has revealed that the Central Intelligence Agency had developed a range of tools to infect Apple products including the iPhone and MacBook line. The files, which cover the period of 2009 through...Show More Summary
Paranoid? Who's being paranoid? Following the Wikileaks March 7 Vault 7 data dump, which allegedly details a host of CIA hacking tools, people have started looking at their internet-connected devices with just a tad bit more skepticism. Show More Summary
With the latest dump of WikiLeaks data called "Dark Matter" we get to see how (allegedly) deep the CIA's affection for British TV goes. The documents, released Thursday, contain more details from the "Vault 7" leak. SEE ALSO: WikiLeaks...Show More Summary
And has been for years.
Today, Wikileaks dropped another series from their ‘Vault 7’ CIA hacks dubbed ‘Dark Matter’ where they reveal how Apple products... The post Wikileaks: ‘the CIA Has Developed a Huge Range of Attacks Against iPhones Since 2008’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
WikiLeaks claimed Thursday that the CIA had found a way to intercept and hack into Apple iPhones just a year after the company's smartphone hit the market. The group also claimed that the CIA was able to infect Mac computers. But it's very unlikely that your iPhone or Mac was affected, experts say. Still, the […]
WikiLeaks says the CIA hacked iPhones and Macs, but it was very targeted.
WikiLeaks on Thursday released new documents it says describe hacking tools used by the Central Intelligence Agency over the past decade to infect Apple Inc. devices.