CIA was spying on intel partners
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Targeted the FBI and Homeland security

The FBI and Homeland Security, who relied on the CIA for tech support for biometric data, were being targeted by spyware.

CIA has a tool to hack Linux
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Just in case you thought you were any safer

US spooks apparently have a tool which is rather good at breaking into those who use Linux based machines.

Wikileaks exposes CIA’s weeping angel
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Don’t blink

Russian security services mouthpiece, Wikileaks, has just released something that Vladimir Putin’s finest have discovered about the CIA’s tools to hack Samsung tellies.

Symantec finds CIA fingerprints in hacks
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CIA hacking tool used 40 times

Security researcher Symantec said that a CIA hacking tool presumably exposed by the Russian secret service and given to Wikileaks has been used more than 40 times in different hacks.

Wikileaks insists tech companies obey Assange
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Or risk being hacked

Any hope of a partnership between Wikileaks, Google, Microsoft, and Apple to fix holes that the CIA has found in their products has hit a roadblock because Julian Assange is insisting that the big three do everything the way he says.

Amazon's Alexa apparently works for the CIA
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Device shuts down after being asked about federal connection

In light of recent revelations that the Central Intelligence Agency has been keeping thousands of zero-day technology exploits at its disposal for public surveillance purposes, the Amazon voice-activated assistant known as Alexa has now come out into the light and revealed her potential involvement with the intelligence group’s covert operations.

WikiLeaks says big tech companies will get CIA zero-day exploits first
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“Vault 7” is the most comprehensive release of US spying files ever made public

On Tuesday, the leak-focused site founded by Julian Assange released thousands of alleged CIA documents purporting to show how the agency has been able to crack open devices from Apple, Samsung, Google, and Microsoft.

CIA hacked iPhone a year before its release
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Trivial security

Apple's iPhone encryption system was so easy, the CIA and FBI had cracked it a year before the shiny toy hit the shops. 

Finally investigating real terrorists

Cloud gets all snoopy