BBC is reporting that Vault 7 Part 3 “Marble” Wikileaks may disrupt the CIA’s operations.

Recent releases from Wikileaks have been eye opening. The majority of them relate to the U.S. intelligence community.

One of the things Wikileaks released were documents that suggested the CIA can hack cars to cause undetectable assassinations.

Not only that, but Wikileaks also released documents suggesting the CIA infiltrated the 2012 French election. Additionally, on the cyber-warfare front, Wikileaks alleged that the CIA built the world’s largest cyber-weapons arsenal then had it stolen.

Now, according to BBC, Wikileaks has released another incredible piece of that arsenal. Wikileaks reportedly released the code that the CIA uses to disguise the origins of a computer virus as a part of Vault 7.

These hacking tools reportedly include decoy languages like Russian to disguise the national origins of the cyber attack or malware. The release may disrupt the CIA’s current operations and reveal previous cyber operations.

The report from BBC says that the recent data leak could allow people to unmask malware and viruses created by the CIA that were meant to look like they were from other countries…

It shows the obfuscation techniques used to make it harder to reverse engineer malware to unmask who made it.

Included in the code library are fragments of Chinese and Farsi that are intended to be used in malware, as well as methods of moving data around that seek to thwart tools examining whether different samples have anything in common.

Jake Williams, founder of security firm Rendition InfoSec, said the release was “significant”.

“It allows the attribution of previously discovered malware to the CIA specifically,” he wrote, adding that the code samples could add up to a signature for spotting agency work.

Here is the tweet from Wikileaks regarding their latest release: Vault 7 “Marble”

Wikileaks also tweeted about the use of ‘decoy language’ by CIA hackers…

Here is the original Vault 7 Marble release…

Sources:
BBC

  • THDisqus

    Compromising CIA operations to bring down those in our own government isn’t my idea of patriotism. Someone please explain to me why my new hero, Milo, is trying to paint Assange as some great protector of freedom and transparency.

    • Our Bloody Mary Hospital

      lol “great protector of freedom and transparency.” Thats a good one.
      No, Assange is at best an exposer of corruption and lies.

    • matrixisreal

      I’m with you, but there are a lot of conservatives who are so anti-government that they dislike that our government can do any of this. They are morons, we should celebrate that they are as smart as they are.

    • Shadowfax

      Actually, I think such weapons in the hand of the deep state are truely frightening.

      • MyOpinionsareJustThat

        agreed and that is why this is being published. This also throws a fuck you to the “Boogeyman X was the one that infected these systems our government uses cos the language was Y” – goes to prove this shit can be spoofed and we are potentially operating in false flag attacks on our own soil.

    • ShadowSandy

      It was revealed the CIA had given these tools to some rather unsavory characters. I would call that treason first.

      This is exposing an organization who has little regard for national security and is playing its own game.

      • Paraschiv Adrian

        it’s more then a game. they are playing the extra-long generation gaping con, while you watch this way, hehe we are doing whatever the fuck we want( assasinate JFK, fuck up the bay of Pigs, and countless to many to enumerate here fuckups)

    • Pat Patrix

      If it exposes corruption within the establishment and shows that our elected government is acting against the interests of the American people…that would be patriotic.

    • Paraschiv Adrian

      because the cia is acting way beyond it’s legal parameters by the evidence contained within this release and others, showing us it has rouge programs with no gov. or Congressional oversight, with a rouge (aka Black Budget) to found it’s rouge CIA hacking division, so yeah why would you want to protect their operations, since they are clearly illegal, and probably where used to stage all this shitty russian fiasco designed to put a wedge between Russia and the West?

  • Ishare

    Could have been Obama operatives who leaked these to Wikileaks to weaken the spying capability of US. You know Obama is surrounded by and allied himself with communists, Marxists, Black Panthers, and all conceivable enemies of the US and his actions manifested a deep ideology which meant to undermine, corrupt and weaken the democracy and power of US. It is not too far fetched that Obama and his comrades would do these damaging leaks.