Wikileaks Vault 7: CIA backdoored software updates to spy on allies

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Wikileaks Vault 7: CIA backdoored software updates to spy on allies

Another embarrassment for US intelligence dished up by Wikileaks

Wikileaks latest Vault 7 disclosures suggest that the CIA has forced partner organisations in the US and overseas to adopt a software update when dealing with them - or face the consequences.  A...

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