WikiLeaks asks tech companies to agree to set of conditions before disclosing zero days in CIA tools
Apparently one of the demands is that the companies should fix the security holes within ninety days of being made aware of them.
Joseph Cannataci recommends 'surveillance warrants' to tackle govts breaching individuals' privacy in UN report
The top UN expert on privacy in his latest report has recommended the creation of a legal instrument to tackle the problem of “thousands of requests” for access to data that tech giants face from governments across the world.
Wikileaks is willing to share CIA hacking tools with tech companies to help them patch flaws: Assange
Wikileaks will provide technology companies with exclusive access to CIA hacking tools that it possesses so they can patch software flaws, founder Julian Assange said on Thursday.
China on Thursday urged the US to stop tapping phones, monitoring, spying and launching cyber attacks on China and other countries, after WikiLeaks released what it called data on hacking carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Vault 7: CIA's research 'mission' to hack connected cars outlines the concerns about next generation cars
WikiLeaks documents showing the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency considered a "mission" against connected car technology underscores auto industry concern that the science behind the next generation of vehicles could be turned against them.
Wikileaks' CIA data dump: Don't panic, your phone is as secure as it will ever be, if you've updated it
The recent Wikileaks dump allegedly revealed a database of CIA hacking tools that were developed to hack into mobile devices of every type.
The leaks had enough technical details for security experts to recognize that compromises exist, but provided few specifics needed to offer fixes.
Wikileaks Vault 7: How CIA allegedly used hacking tools to infest your smartphones, smart TVs and more
Wikileaks released a data dump of what it is calling as alleged Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) tools used for hacking into smart devices.
In addition to its headquarters in Langley, Virginia, the US' CIA also uses the US consulate in Frankfurt, Germany as a covert base for its hackers covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa, WikiLeaks has claimed in its latest leaks on the CIA.
In the latest cache of leaks from WikiLeaks is a catalog of tools and exploits used by the CIA for covert surveillance activities.
Apple in a response to an email disclosed that as long as its users are running its latest firmware, they will be safe.
WikiLeaks, the website that specializes in exposing secrets, on Tuesday released what it said were thousands of documents that described internal U.S. Central Intelligence Agency discussions on hacking techniques it has used to circumvent security on electronic devices for spying.
Anti-secrecy organisation WikiLeaks on Tuesday released thousands of documents that it said described sophisticated software tools used by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to break into smartphones, computers and even Internet-connected televisions.
The CIA can turn your TV into a listening device, bypass popular encryption apps, and possibly control your car, according to a trove of alleged documents from the US spy agency released on Tuesday by WikiLeaks.
A lawyer representing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said that there was a "great concern" that a new Ecuadorian President could force him out of the country's London embassy.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has made a fresh plea to the UK and Swedish authorities to "restore" his liberty, the media reported on Monday.
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday shortened the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the former US military analyst who was responsible for a 2010 leak of classified materials to anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, the biggest such breach in US history
US spy chiefs informed Donald Trump that Russian operatives claim to possess deeply compromising personal and financial information about him, US media reported Tuesday on the eve of the president-elect's first press conference.
US intelligence officials are convinced that Russia meddled in the presidential race. But that hasn't changed President-elect Donald Trump's call for warmer relations with Moscow.
Sparking a fresh controversy, anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks has threatened to make the private details public of millions of people who have 'verified' Twitter accounts.