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New WikiLeaks files allegedly show CIA could hack 'factory fresh' iPhones soon after they debuted - New York Daily News

One file from 2009 details a program called “DarkSeaSkies,” which apparently allowed the CIA to infect iPhones with a year of the gadgets debuting in 2007. (Kevork Djansezian/ASSOCIATED PRESS). BY Jason Silverstein. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Thursday, March ...and more »

Wikileaks document dump claims the CIA could break into Macs using a 'sonic screwdriver' tool - Business Insider

A new document dump from Wikileaks on Thursday claims that the CIA was able to infect a Mac's firmware using an attack called a "sonic screwdriver." The documents, which are dated November 2012, are unverified. However, an Apple spokesperson told ...and more »

WikiLeaks Reveals How the CIA Can Hack a Mac's Hidden Code - WIRED

If the CIA wants inside your Mac, it may not be enough that you so carefully avoided those infected email attachments or maliciously crafted web sites designed to plant spyware on your machine. Based on new documents in WikiLeaks' ongoing release of ...and more »

New WikiLeaks dump: The CIA built Thunderbolt exploit, implants to target Macs - Ars Technica

WikiLeaks today dumped a smaller subset of documents from its "Vault 7" collection of files from a CIA software developer server. Yet again, these documents are more important from the perspective of WikiLeaks having them than for showing any ...and more »

WikiLeaks Says CIA Targeted iPhone Supply Chain Since 2008 - Fortune

The controversial WikiLeaks has released new documents on several CIA projects aimed at infiltrating iPhones and Macs. The release, called Vault 7 “Dark Matter,” describes a handful of programs that the CIA has apparently used for nearly a decade—in ...and more »

Apple Does Not Negotiate With Wikileaks... For CIA Hack Info - Forbes

Thomas Fox-Brewster , Forbes Staff I cover crime, privacy and security in digital and physical forms. Wikileaks' Dark Matter release showed malware made for iPhone 3GS. Apple said Friday there was nothing affecting new iPhone and Mac OS X systems ...and more »

WikiLeaks Exposes CIA's Device Surveillance Tricks - TechNewsWorld

WikiLeaks on Thursday announced that it had released more Vault 7 documentation online, including details about several CIA projects to infect Apple's Mac computer firmware and operating system. The site unloaded its first batch of stolen Vault 7 data ...and more »

WikiLeaks Dump Shows CIA Interdiction of iPhone Supply Chain - Threatpost

From the early days of the iPhone, the CIA has had an interest in compromising the flagship Apple mobile device, according to the latest WikiLeaks release of CIA documents. Today's Vault 7 Dark Matter release shows an unsurprising interest from the ...and more »

Apple responds to latest WikiLeaks CIA document dump, says iPhone and Mac exploits fixed - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

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 a statement furnished to TechCrunch ...and more »

News in brief: WikiLeaks drops more CIA documents; ISP privacy rules killed; Instagram launches 2FA - Naked Security

WikiLeaks on Thursday released another tranche of documents stolen from the CIA that show that the agency has been creating tools to bypass devices from Apple for at least a decade. This dump, dubbed “Dark Matter”, is the second from an archive known ...and more »