Wikileaks #Vault7 – CIA Can Mimic Russian Hackers Using ‘Stolen’ Malware
Wikileaks unveiled what they dubbed ‘Vault 7’ on Tuesday in their largest CIA document drop yet. One of the documents revealed that under a project named ‘Umbrage’, the CIA maintained a library of Russian cyber-attack techniques ‘stolen’ from malware. The CIA can then mimic Russian hackers by leaving ‘fingerprints’ of Russian style hacking.
We are in dangerous times. The CIA can essentially pose as hackers from anywhere in the world as long as they have the malware to create the ‘fingerprints’. They can create any narrative they want with this ability. They can claim the Russians hacked the DNC even if it was actually the CIA. Stay tuned as Wikileaks releases more damaging information from their ‘Vault 7’ CIA drop.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) March 7, 2017
— RepChick🇺🇸كافرة (@RepublicanChick) March 7, 2017
CIA uses techniques to make cyber attacks look like they originated from enemy state. It turns DNC/Russia hack allegation by CIA into a JOKE
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) March 7, 2017