WikiLeaks began publishing “the biggest leak” data from the CIA

WikiLeaks begins a series of publications data from the Central intelligence Agency (CIA). The project, called Vault 7, will be the largest leak of confidential intelligence data, according to the website WikiLeaks.

The first portion of the publications has been called Year Zero. It includes over 8.7 million documents and files obtained from the center kiberrazvedki of the CIA in Langley, Virginia.

This series of publications, in particular, demonstrates the existence of a global program for hacking various devices and systems American and European productions such as the iPhone smartphone from Apple, the operating systems Android from Google and Windows from Microsoft and even Samsung TVs, which were able to turn into a recording device.

In a press release WikiLeaks also notes that the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt-on-main in Germany is a mystery “hacker” a CIA base for launching cyber attacks on Europe, the middle East and Africa.

In addition, according to a press release from WikiLeaks, the CIA is stealing other people’s computer viruses and can use them to arrange cyber attacks “under false flag”.

In mid-February, WikiLeaks has already published part of the data relating to the activities of the CIA. In particular, published a batch of documents, which indicates the intervention of the CIA in the elections of the President of France 2012.