Wikileaks is proving to be the gift that keeps on giving.
On March 31, the hack publisher dumped 676 source code files into the public domain that is sure to raise the level of skepticism concerning the Democrat narrative of ‘Russian hackers’ colluding with Donald Trump.
Taken in its totality, the files vividly illustrate how the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) uses forensic programs designed to mask their internet footprint to disguise “viruses, trojans and hacking attacks” as originating from a different source, according to the UK’s Daily Mail.
What this means is that the CIA can hack a target and make it appear that the attack came from China, Iran or Russia.
Hmmm. I just know I’ve heard Russia mentioned in the news lately. Bah, it’s probably a coincidence.
Analysts who have studied the files released by Wikileaks have said that the information appears legitimate and that the “release was almost certain to shake the CIA.”
With this tranche of released files Julian Assange, CEO of Wikileaks, now eclipses Edward Snowden’s total of released files from the National Security Agency (NSA).
Do you think Assange and Wikileaks are an asset or a liability for society?