WikiLeaks won't share CIA exploits unless companies meet terms
Saturday, 18 March 2017 () WikiLeaks offered to work with tech companies to patch the CIA's leaked security exploits, but there has been a whole lot of silence ever since. Why? That depends on who you ask. Motherboard sources claim that WikiLeaks "made demands" of the companie...
It's been quite a few days since WikiLeaks promised it would work with tech companies to patch the security exploits featured in the CIA leak, but no steps have... Softpedia - TechnologyAlso reported by •Seattle Times •betanews •L.A. Times
WikiLeaks today continued its "Vault 7" series by leaking details concerning CIA-related programs that were built with the intent to infest iMac and MacBook... MacRumours.com - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •AppleInsider •betanews •Digital Trends •L.A. Times
Following WikiLeaks' publication earlier this week of classified documents stolen from the CIA, major technology companies, including Apple, Samsung, Microsoft... TechNewsWorld - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •Softpedia
Within minutes of the electrons drying on my last column about the Wikileaks CIA document drop called Vault 7, Julian Assange came out with the novel idea that... betanews - TechnologyAlso reported by •The Next Web
Security experts say the exploits described in the WikiLeaks documents are plausible, but suggest they pose little threat to typical users. Besides being likely... SFGate - BusinessAlso reported by •BGR India