Extreme hacking by CIA (and NSA/GHCQ) requires ‘extreme’ solutions, such as these

The first release of ‘Vault 7’ documents by WikiLeaks and previous releases by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden confirm how ultimate responsibility for the proliferation of cyber crime (like hacking) may well lie with America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other intelligence agencies. While the threat to most people is from non-state hackers, the intelligence agencies – including British intelligence – must share responsibility for the creation and exploitation of vulnerabilities. This has led to millions of computer users around the world being compromised; with many becoming the target of ransomware crimebanking scams, identity theft, or man-in-the-middle attacks.

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