CIA 'woefully lax' in securing sensitive hacking tools

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CIA 'woefully lax' in securing sensitive hacking tools

Prior to WikiLeaks publishing them online in 2017.

Many of the US Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA's) most sensitive hacking tools were so poorly secured that it was only when WikiLeaks published them online in 2017 that the agency realised they had been compromised, according to a report released Tuesday. The secret-spilling site ...

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