WikiLeaks Reveals NightSkies Project of CIA, Capable of Getting iPhone Owners DataBy : Katherine - 2017-04-01
Wikileaks reveal some controversial documents that involve the projects of CIA wherein the agency intend to penetrate MAC and iPhone devices. From the shared information, CIA is allegedly aiming to take control of the targeted units through what they call as “NightSkies” platform.
They recognize the project as Vault 7 – Dark Matter, which the CIA had been utilizing for almost 10 years now.
According from the latest news online, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had been penetrating MAC and IPhone devices through their Vault 7 – Dark Matter project since 2008. The agency has been monitoring Apple unit users for nearly 10 years now without their knowledge as revealed by WikiLeaks from their latest released documents about this matter.
Based on their explanation, they use programs such as the “NightSkies” 1.2 and known as “beacon/loader/implant tool.” Since 2008, the agency had been using this wherein iPhone users are not aware that they were being monitored when utilizing their devices. It is possible that the CIA managed to install the system on the handset units.
The shared information likewise revealed that the intelligence agency might had redirected the shipments of the units and installed the program.
As quoted by fortune.com, the anti-secrecy organization likewise stated that, "While CIA assets are sometimes used to physically infect systems in the custody of a target it is likely that many CIA physical access attacks have infected the targeted organization's supply chain including by interdicting mail orders and other shipments (opening, infecting, and resending) leaving the United States or otherwise."
They will make an effort to release the documents after thorough evaluation, which the WikiLeaks announced through a press conference.
The Dark Matter revelation came out few weeks when the organization released documents on how CIA successfully manipulated their targeted electronic devices. Unfortunately, this issue here includes the units produced by Apple Inc. In case they prove the involvement of the agency, they will need to consider the necessary actions to protect users.
Based on the report of WikiLeaks, over 8,700 leaked documents that involve unwary iPhone owners that the CIA targets and penetrates through their mobile Operating System (iOS). In line with this issue, Apple however already released a statement that they had resolved the leaks of about 80% of the affected units through security patches, the news added. The company likewise assured their valued clients that they will work on checking the vulnerabilities and to resolve them as soon as possible.
The concern about the “NightSkies” is that the CIA has the full control to this program and it permits the agency to upload as well as download the files they want from the iPhone devices. The most bothering issue is that they can gather information about call logs, text messages, contacts and other important data from the users.
This program is part of the Factory Fresh of the Apple-produced mobile device.
According to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, they consider the Vault-7 Dark Matter platform as a “small example” that his anti-secrecy organization wants to reveal in the next few days or so, as detailed by the news.
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