WikiLeaks: CIA Uses Computer Code to Disguise Hacking Attacks as Russian or Chinese (VIDEO)
Wikileaks released 676 new source code files today dubbed ‘Marble’, showing the CIA can disguise hacking to look like its coming from Russia, China, Iran.
Friday, March 31, 2017 proves to be another day wherein the CIA has fallen short. WikiLeaks published over 600 more files today that claim to show the CIA used extensive measures to hide its hacking attacks and make it look like Russia, China, North Korea, or Iran carried out the attacks.
The Vault 7 tranche of files and code WikiLeaks continues to drop gives us a better look at what the CIA’s ‘Marble’ software is and how it carries out its attacks.
The code traverses a number of languages from Arabic to Chinese, to Korean, Farsi (the language of the Iranians), and Russian.
It says: ‘This would permit a forensic attribution double game, for example by pretending that the spoken language of the malware creator was not American English, but Chinese.’
This could lead forensic investigators into wrongly concluding that CIA hacks were carried out by the Kremlin, the Chinese government, Iran, North Korea or Arabic-speaking terror groups such as ISIS.
WikiLeaks claims that the release of this new batch of confidential documents on the CIA exceeds the amount published during the NSA-Snowden leaks.
The release is expected to completely rattle the CIA.