CIA hacked

On Tuesday, March 7, WikiLeaks published a new series of leaks on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

Code-named "Vault 7" by WikiLeaks, the data dump is the largest ever publication of confidential documents on the spy agency.

The CIA documents and hacking tools were part of a series of hacks under President Barack Obama's watch.

Part one of the series "Year Zero", is comprised of 8,761 documents and files from inside the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence in Langley, Virginia.

The dump also includes the CIA's entire arsenal of hacking tools, including malware, viruses, trojans, weaponized "zero day" exploits, malware remote control systems, and more.

Among the CIA's targets are iPhones, Android phones and smart TVs. The latter, smart TVs, can be remotely controlled by the CIA to monitor a consumer's viewing habits and even remotely control a smart TV camera to view inside the consumer's home.

For instance, the "Weeping Angel", developed by the CIA, draws comparison to George Orwell's 1984. The malware infests smart TVs, transforming them into covert microphones.

The Weeping Angel "fake off" malware targeted Samsung smart TVs by fooling the consumer into thinking the TV was off when it was actually on.

The hacked data available on WikiLeaks shows that as of October 2014 the CIA was developing malware to infect the vehicle control systems (in-dash computer) used by modern cars and trucks.

The tools developed by the CIA's Mobile Development Branch permitted the CIA to bypass the encryption of WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram, etc, by hacking the smart phones they run on before the encryption is applied.

CIA malware also targeted home computer operating systems such as Windows, MAC OS X, Linux, routers, etc.

  • hottlanta

    If you are gonna tell it right. Roger Stone tried to delete some tweets where he admitted the part WikiLeaks had in the election of Dump. Just like Guiliani knew about the Comey letter.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3559XbNFYI

  • Dr. P

    The main reason I refuse to buy a smart TV

  • Sonny Johnson

    I'm really surprised Julian Assange is still alive given the amount of intel on America's inner workings he has been releasing for the past decade

  • deadellamore

    You really trying it today. IMPEACH PRESIDENT ORANGE! You cannot get wired tapped unless a JUDGE signs off on it. Obviously, Trump and his Russian loving friends were up to no good. #NOTMYPRESIDENT

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    There's nothing posted that most people didn't already know.

    What would have been newsworthy would have been whom the CIA had used this equipment.

    Does the blog mistress consider Trump's unsecured android which has a microphone that can be hacked a threat to national security?

  • Phillybruh

    Yall keep playing with the spies. In about 10 minutes they are going to let it all hang out. And who didn't know this.

  • Quitedeliteful

    smart TVs, can be remotely controlled to monitor a consumer’s viewing habits and even remotely control a smart TV camera to view inside the consumer’s home.
    ============================================
    I was told this a number of years ago by this whyte girl who said her father worked for NASA. The stuff she was saying was so heavy I could barely wrap my mind around it...

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Bannon/Trump has no clue with whom he's fugging.
    Zero. None

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    Technology a curse and a gift. Waiting on the gift part to give us free and of course there's my POTUS name.

  • Pooh

    Now THIS article has some truth in it! They have been monitoring us for years! We are not free they just make us think we are. Everything about America is a big a** scam! However i prefer to be here than any other place on earth.

  • hottlanta

    I love my smart television because I can see all of my programs without paying for cable which is a rip off every month. If they see all of this luscious brown meat someone is truly enjoying themselves. Now I put a piece of paper over my camera on my computer so they can't see my face or in my home. They have been keeping track of us since the cave man days. They have brokers who buy/sell our addresses that is why we get a lot of FLYERS in the mailbox. DUH!!!!!!!!

  • Zizzle

    "Secondly, WikiLeaks has asserted that it has not mined the entire leak and has only verified it, asking that journalists and activists do the
    leg work.

    "Those who demonstrate journalistic excellence may be considered for early access to future parts," Wikileaks said in the leak."

    - https://www.rt.com/news/379724-wikileaks-assange-cia-hacking/

    Conservative FAKE News outlets, that means you! Fire up your spin machines! ?

  • hottlanta

    Damn shame Dump don't even know that and he is the President. People still support this clown. Even Van Jones was trying to change his tune since he was praising that Easter speech he gave last week.

  • klwbaby

    Just because they were under Obama's watch means what?? I thought the whole point of being a hacker is to work in a way that is completely under the radar and the tools used to catch them are made essentially useless...

  • Rayne

    So the spies can do all that ok well "Spy's" delete all of our student loans. Probably can't do it cause you CAN'T do it. (I wishhhh a mutha would) but why they can't hack stuff that really matters. ??

  • Justlooknout

    CIA should have arsenal of tools to spy....

    I got some breaking news. CIA are spies, that there gotdamn job...to spy on folks foreign https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/132c990807f10f214ef54e809f32c15fde42cc346a4edeac6b71b77c5665fb06.gif and domestic.

  • Phillybruh

    My kids are well trained to cover the camera on the xbox when done playing with it. And don't remove the cover over the tablets camera unless they have permission. Which is rarely.

  • soulbrother13

    We shouldn't even be surprised by this

  • SugarFoot a.k.a Ty

    All of this was in the works prior to Obama. Hell they are doing much more these days :coffee:

  • Phillybruh

    Not a clue.

  • Zizzle

    Ikr? Bob down at the local spy shop could've told us this. It's like they think they've uncovered the cyber era's version of the Anarchist's Bible.

  • hi-liter

    Publishing anything related to the CIA in regards to numbers and other secret intelligence should be illegal.

  • Justlooknout

    his phone...he talks while eating dinner at public places...in the ear shot of drones, spies and random hillbillies.

  • SugarFoot a.k.a Ty

    yep and this is not even half of it

  • Sucker Free

    If at first you don't succeed...troll again huh Auntie?

    let me get to work...

  • Di Ana

    This is the same agency that had Malcolm X assassinated. I'm not surprised.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Did you see that pic of him and the Prime Minister of Japan on the patio at Mar-a-largo with secret documents about North Korea all over a table with supposed Secret Service agents holding up their phone in an attempt to illuminate the table?

    *sigh*

  • shun king

    But they wasn't watching trump tho

  • shun king

    What's illegal is how they are gathering information on citizens

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    That would be the FBI.
    The CIA is only 'supposed' to operate outside the United States.

  • shun king

    Not domestic

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    A post from Russia Today?
    Why am I not surprised.
    I better stop posting on this here blog because I like my gubment job.

  • Buttercup

    Yep

  • shun king

    I bet you would have a more comfortable life with less rape and murder in places like Sweden,New zealand,Canada....

  • Zizzle

    Word. An intelligence agency using tools to gather intelligence. ??? Who'd have thunk it!? ???

  • PettyEyezPrime

    This isn't new. Wasn't new 8 or 9 years ago either ??

  • Phillybruh

    Its new to the folks who just started paying attention apparently Trump supporters had no idea this ish was going on.

  • shun king

    Those cave dwellers in afghanstain killed some of there top ranked officers so don't be so fooled by how powerful America spy portray to be they can't even get a few Muslims to stop revolting

  • Ni Ni

    Sounds like a good many of us have become brainwashed or accepting of being watched every minute. I will never become comfortable with that. Its an invasion of privacy. Next they'll tell us we cant have privacy to ?.

    *Grabs black marker, label and covers camera?

  • Phillybruh

    No spy can't stop someone way of thinking. Just like these silly wars or travel bans will stop isis.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    I mean, they could even watch a movie if reading is a task.

  • We Can Do This

    Sounds like terrorism to me. Not surprising.

    They are nosey people to begin with, they want to know what makes everyone and everything tick.

    They will fund dollars to watch elephants take a poop and gorillas get it on.

    This is their nature, because they are deeply afraid of not knowing!

  • Ms.Caramel

    Sips coffee...

  • Phillybruh

    Why not domestic with the exception of a few our terrorist have been domestic.

  • Phillybruh

    Hell the first Transformers was informative...lol

  • KeyaPrettyNPetty

    smh. This is what happens when you have a President who has ZERO idea of how the laws of the country are set up. Nor does he seem to know what the laws are. If you ask me Obama should file a deformation suite. First it was he is not a citizen, then it was a whole bunch of other bs. Now it's he did illegal wire taps. Mind you Trump has ZERO proof. smh. Obama needs to get into beast mode on Trump, the correct way.

  • Ms.Caramel

    Truth!! DAMN.. speak it!

  • Justlooknout

    If leads them back here and vice versa....

    Have a good day.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    Every day, we seem to wake up to worse and more perilous news but I think Russian sabotage, propaganda efforts and misinformation campaigns are being vociferously undertaken.

    Its just ridiculous that President Trump--and Capitol Hill Republicans--are putting politics over country when its pretty clear the Russians are trying to subvert government and the media as well.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Do they realize how spies communicated? Hell, even in the army back when, they communicated. How they thought that happened? If we could make a phone with a damn can and a string, we can build anything with appropriate tools and knowledge.

  • hi-liter

    Right. Obama definitely has grounds to sue based on that false wire tapping allegation.

  • Ni Ni

    Crap, i forgot about the front camera.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    We invaded and destroyed their country and are now occupying it.

    I have no idea how that bears any parallel to my original post.

  • KimJongTrill.

    We share so much across social media, it's not hard to spy on anyone. I feel like they only need to go to those extremes to spy on mogs who really are not trying to get caught. Otherwise, all they really have to do is follow you on Snapchat and enjoy the show lol

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    This isnt true my dear, on matters concerning Intelligence, National Defense, Terrorism, Espionage....

    National Intelligence authority was expanded EVEN MORE with the Patriot Act.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    I am sure that the technology that Assange has published about through Wikileaks has been obsolete for a while.

    The U.S. intelligence agencies are just humoring him and Russia.

  • Zizzle

    Where do you see the word "domestic" mentioned in the post above or in the linked source?

    And there's this:

    Question via Quora:

    What are the rules on the CIA operating within the borders of the United States?

    Answer via John Burgess, Representing the USA for over 40 years, officially and non-officially
    Written 10 Dec 2012:

    While the primary operational grounds of the CIA are indeed outside the US, it is permitted to act within the US to address the specific areas of foreign intelligence, counter-intelligence, and terrorism. The CIA has branch offices in several cities in the US. Some of these are simple liaison with critical industries on issues such as computer security. Others serve to keep watch on international espionage efforts, intelligence defectors, and the like.

    Executive Order (E.O.) 13470, (July 30, 2008) -- which updates earlier E.O.s includes the following:

    1.7 Intelligence Community Elements. Each element of the Intelligence Community shall have the duties and responsibilities specified below, in addition to those specified by law or elsewhere in this order. Intelligence Community elements within executive departments shall serve the information and intelligence needs of their respective heads of departments and also shall operate as part of an integrated Intelligence Community, as provided in law or this order.

    (a) The Central Intelligence Agency. The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency shall:

    (1) Collect (including through clandestine means), analyze, produce, and disseminate foreign intelligence and counterintelligence;

    (2) Conduct counterintelligence activities without assuming or performing any internal security functions within the United States;

    (3) Conduct administrative and technical support activities within and outside the United States as necessary for cover and proprietary arrangements;

    (4) Conduct covert action activities approved by the President. No agency except the Central Intelligence Agency (or the Armed Forces of the United States in time of war declared by the Congress or during any period covered by a report from the President to the Congress consistent with the War Powers Resolution, Public Law 93-148) may conduct any covert action activity unless the President determines that another agency is more likely to achieve a particular objective;

    (5) Conduct foreign intelligence liaison relationships with intelligence or security services of foreign governments or international organizations consistent with section 1.3(b)(4) of this order;

    (6) Under the direction and guidance of the Director, and in accordance with section 1.3(b)(4) of this order, coordinate the implementation of intelligence and counterintelligence relationships between elements of the Intelligence Community and the intelligence or security services of foreign governments or international organizations; and

    (7) Perform such other functions and duties related to intelligence as the Director may direct.

    https://fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo/eo-13470.htm

    https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-rules-on-the-CIA-operating-within-the-borders-of-the-United-States

  • Phillybruh

    I think the Russians did what they intended to do, I don't think they ever counted on him winning. And now these agencies are faced with the information we have could destroy the foundation of this country, because they have something. Its just too many coincidences with people close to him meeting with people. That's why he's spooked.

  • We Can Do This

    They can see and hear.

    You'll be amazed at what they can do with their satellites.

    Track your money on your person. Track your driver's license. Track your license plate. Track your cellphone. Track your body temperature. Track your credit cards and so on.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Um...I know this was supposed to make us forget about some things but a few things I #currently remember, trump loud with no proof, still trying to deflect from Russia, slavery still being ? on, the "new" health's the same as the old health with .5 of a tweak, alternative facts aren't a real thing, deflecting makes nothing go away and cooning doesn't change your skin color.

  • Michelle

    Reminds me of the old movie with Will Smith called Enemy Of The State.

  • AG

    Looooove that movie. I have to watch it every time it's on tv.

  • RespectSelf

    lol "under Obama watch".... This been the case though.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Why do we get the FYI on all #45's post but not on others?

  • PettyEyezPrime

    They called the "new" plan "Obamacare Lite" ?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    PB:I think the Russians did what they intended to do
    1) Faith in he U.S. electoral system has been per undermined and no one trusts it

    2) Trump's election has severed U.S./European ties forever. Even with Mattis and Pence going to Europe last month to reassure our allies they see Trump as too unstable and unreliable to depend on America for military assistance, and Germany is preparing to build up its military to defend what's left of the EU if Putin starts feeling froggy.

    3) The GOP's complete control of the U.S. government will allow the dismantling of every safety net program that is allowing what is left of the Hollowed out Middle Class to survive--no nation can survive with just the rich and the poor and no Middle Class and will eventually end in a major societal upheaval like the French Revolution.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    NEW POST. CIARA

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    If we told them that the internet was created by the government (DoD) do you think they would stop using it?

  • Phillybruh

    I don't disagree with anything your saying, I think Russia's meddling was too handicap a President Clinton going forward. Handing the Presidency, house and senate to republicans was just a bonus. And the way he goes after these agencies will just give them reason to at some point stop the drip drop leaking and just let it all go.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Not a chance

  • Zizzle

    Do you have the warrants approved for any intelligence gathering operations and evidence showing the limits of said warrants being breached? In order to make such a claim stick, that's what you'll need, but all you're going by is a list of tools used. So what has the CIA done that's illegal?

  • iWasteTime

    In this dump, did they find the taps President Obama put on Trumps phones ?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    PB:I think Russia's meddling was too handicap a President Clinton going forward
    I believe that theory also it just so happened that Trump was able to 'win' the electoral college by a few thousand votes in three states.
    Also, I think they are staggering the leaks just to phuck with Trump like Chinese Water Torture. Maybe they want him to lose his mind.
    Make him wonder what else they know about him every time he closes his eyes.

  • Justlooknout

    CHUCKLES

  • Anunnaki
  • shun king

    Great article proves I was right

  • shun king

    Go check out the Snowden files and some more of Wikileaks

  • CaliVirgo

    This ain't new?This been going on way before Obama.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    This is not new at all! 60 minutes did a piece I saw where the FBI could turn on a person's computer from a remote vehicle and search and copy data, and this was awhile ago! Look at Google Maps, the whole world can be photographed, not to mention our capability for listening surveillance, cell phone pinging, digital footprints, and what 12 year old hackers can do is amazing! So, the CIA, who are often under cover, covert, and expected to protect the US should be able to infiltrate, they are also spies! There is no such thing as a right to privacy, a joke or false illusion!

    There will always be individuals who abuse their power, Obama knows the constitution well, and he was constantly under surveillance himself, detractors hoping to impeach him until the end of his terms! All of this is deflection whether it's Trump's allegations, Wiki leaks that's been absent since the Hillary and DNC email leakes, now appearing again, his supporters or appointees who write their own negative news, no fake news needed, you can use direct quotes!

    Our Democracy was compromised, they need to do something because otherwise we can become Pooty's Minion after he spends the next 4 years further incriminating US public figures with private agendas like oil deals, supporting extremist groups to gain access and get leverage, illegal Intel, etc!

  • Peter Piper ATL

    The irony is, the influence reached BOTH parties in Washington. Even Chuck Schumer was cozy with the Russian reps.

    In my mind, it reinforces the notion that our form of big money politics allows not just domestic corruption but foreign involvement as well. And wherever and whenever there's corruption or questionable conduct, then money isn't too far removed from the picture.

    I agree with you--this is not coincidental at all.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    I think Putin has been orchestrating this for years. And I also think its a multi-pronged strategy: Crimea, Syria, Georgia, warships off Delaware's coast...its all related.

    And Trump has and is being played for a fool. He's doing all the work for Putin. I agree with your observation--the Kremlin's goal has always been to weaken the alliance. And Trump is helping that cause.

    Germany isn't really preparing to build up its defense; Merkel pushed back against Trump insisting Germany's military expenditures should increase. She's overseeing a fragile governing coalition there, and increased military spending is a hot potato that could be the cause of her losing her seat.

    But I do think Japan needs to develop its own nuclear force to counterbalance not just North Korea, but traditional enemies such as China and Russia as well.

    The tide is turning and Putin is winning. Trump is proving himself right now to not be up to the task. And he looks not just incredibly inept, but weak as well.

  • Elevated Soul

    Ah yes....Good old Wikileaks exposing the Deepstate and it's puppets like Obama and the Democratic Party in general as well as a Republican stooge or two or three or even more.

    Get them!!!!!

  • The Goode Queen

    All of these hacks n they still can't find Trump taxes?

  • Elevated Soul

    Obama has no right to sue anybody because he ordered the wiretaps in the first place against President Trump,just as he did others.

    You zombies need to lay off CNN because it's got you hella dumb.

  • 2brefrank

    I told my husband i want an old flip phone, a regular tv and a old car with no OnStar capability before really knowing what they were doing. I'm about to be off the grid. SMH.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    I actually don't think Putin had much of a strategy to cope with Clinton aside from what he already used against Obama, which is why he pulled out all the stops for Trump.

    Putin understood that a Clinton win would probably have exposed his relationships with Trump associates and congressional Republicans, which we know run deep.

  • QueDawg6

    That dude is going to turn up dead!

  • hi-liter

    You act like you are some fawkin scholar....if I get my info from CNN, apparently you get yours from the many fake news outlets out here. Unlike Your president, I DO READ.....I don't just watch tv.

    And ps.....keep that fawk chit zombie talk to yourself. I'm not here for it. Try to be blessed.

  • Realtalk2

    Obama is a bad Mofo!! He stays on the minds of haters! Owns their entire mind state! You have a new President! You run stories about Obama on a daily basis! Sandra, you don't even like men, but you stay on his d&@k!! #wemisshimtoo

  • Kwamella Diquan

    Thank you!!! I saw the same 60 minutes program. After seeing that i started to do away with my smart TV. Crazy. If you live in the USA you're being watched on a daily.

  • Realtalk2

    Thank you

  • rachel

    LOL!!!!! Also, think about it with all of the satellites, etc, they can't see and track drug traffickers, etc

  • hottlanta

    They need and find his wife fake degree in architect that she supposed to have. Dump was trying to build her up as beautiful and smart like a combo meal and came up short with that lie.

  • Zizzle

    Just an FYI.

    This is why people need to know what they're buying into with tech. Luckily for me, I started working in the IT field before the internet was a thang, and pretty much instinctively know how to protect myself online, but even I've had a Gmail account compromised by someone in Europe; the account was only used for reading mailing lists, but still. ? Google suspended activity on the account, notified me of the possible intrusion and provided further steps to take.

    Slightly O/T: You should NEVER but NEVER access the web w/o reliable and up-to-date antivirus and antimalware software/apps correctly installed on any PCs or devices you own, the kind that continually update their definitions in the background. I recommend Avast Antivirus $49.99/yr - avast.com , Malwarebytes $39.99/yr - malwarebytes.com , and SUPERAntiSpyware $29.95/yr - superantispyware.com . All 3 have free versions, but the annual fees for full protection are well worth it. Of the 3, Avast Antivirus has the only free version that protects and updates its virus definitions in the background. Scanning and updating must be performed manually with the free versions of the other two.

    NOTE to the above: Only ever have one antivirus app running on a single system, because running more than one will create conflicts that defeat the purpose. And I don't recommend Norton or McAfee, because both are basically, "bloatware", meaning they do way more than they should and slow your system down.

    Also, any browsers you use should have a script/ad blocker add-on installed. I use Adblock Plus - adblockplus.org , for Firefox and Chrome.

    Just my 2 cents. ?

    Edit: And cover/place a piece of tape over any cameras lenses you're not using.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    PPA:Germany isn't really preparing to build up its defense; Merkel pushed back against Trump insisting Germany's military expenditures should increase. She's overseeing a fragile governing coalition there, and increased military spending is a hot potato that could be the cause of her losing her seat.
    OK I understand that since Germany is still paying for being the leading Axis power in WWII, but my point is that the split between the U.S. and EU can't be repaired and Germany is going to take it upon itself to protect the EU from any type of military meddling by Putin.

  • jussaying

    lmao exactly what i was wondering.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    You think that pic of Schumer and Putin taken in 2003 when Schumer was giving him a tour of a Russian-owned oil company is equivalent to Trump colluding with the Russians to take over America?
    GTFOOH!!!

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    A president can't directly order a FISA wiretap, you clueless troll.

    Only the FBI can do that.

  • Zizzle

    Russia Today is one confusing entity. For years I've tuned into the 'Thom Hartmann Program' ( thomhartmann.com ) on WCPT-AM (Chicago's Progressive Talk) daily! I'm listening to him as I type. So imagine my surprise to find, sometime around the 2016 general election, that he also has a show on Russia Today! ( https://www.rt.com/shows/big-picture/ ) ???

    Man, I don't even know what to think anymore! ???

  • shun king

    You was saying they are so super powerful and all that I am saying some afghans killed some high ranking CIA officers and if they was so so powerful seems they can't stop Isis or all these terror attacks around the globe

  • Zizzle

    Proves you were right, how? Persons within US borders having contact with persons outside of them fall within the jurisdiction of the CIA and other intelligence agencies.

    You couldn't possibly believe your drive-by trolling is producing results.

  • Zizzle

    I don't have time to waste searching for something that may or may not exist, so since you seem to know there's something to find, just point me to said evidence with a link. With you appearing so confident, that shouldn't be too hard for you to do, right?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Yeah I am sure the intelligence community is overrun by Democrats and Obama is the only other U.S. president ever.

    You are a twit

  • missmiami305

    I love it!!!

  • AggieMom96

    Duh idiot. You've got it wrong as usual. The leaks reveal Obama turned the CIA down and they did it anyway. They are leaking this to show they had cause and concern regarding Trump. Errybody tired of him and it looks like he's pissed off the CIA. Oh well!

  • AggieMom96

    True this is old stuff. My uncle is an EE and I've known about this for years. I always cover my laptop and desktop cameras and unplug devices. He refuses to get a smart phone because everything is tracked.

    Lol ppl with Onstar stay tracked and that's why you'll never catch me using the GPS from the vehicle.

  • Chas

    This guy is about to learn what the CIA is known for in his case unknown for.

  • CrunchyBlack1

    you sounding like me out here lol

  • Zizzle

    Like what, a total techno geek? ?? I try hard to subdue that part of my personality unless I'm w/a client. ?

  • Zizzle

    Like what, a total techno geek? ?? I try hard to subdue that part of my personality unless I'm w/a client. ?

  • CrunchyBlack1

    yup and yup!! super tech savvy geek..imma thug in these streets tho

  • hottlanta

    When Dump made the statement during the campaign for Russia to hack Clinton's email account he opened up that can of worms for him to be wiretapped. He is asking a foreign entity to do something illegal to another American citizen. If they didn't become suspicious of his involvement with another country and wiretap him after that, they weren't doing their job. Dump will not own up that he said those very words.

  • Wile E. Coli

    no. it was a joke. yet, it took a hacker from somewhere to reveal the DNC's extreme corruption, resulting in the Chair of the DNC having to resign in disgrace, she was hired by Hillary the same day.

    Anyone using THAT statement from Trump needs a reality check.

  • Wile E. Coli

    yet, she's beautiful and smart, go figure!

  • Wile E. Coli

    Unless your computer is set to Wake-On-Lan or wake on network activity, which 99.9% aren't, you can't turn it on remotely. Not even a shred of a chance.

  • hottlanta

    You are a joke for taking up for Dump. I stand by what I said.

  • Wile E. Coli

    I'm merely translating for those of us who don't understand.

  • Malcom Flex

    Nothing new this has been going on before Obama so don't blame HIM.

  • Wayup!

    Who said he was?..?

  • Wolfperm

    This is being released as a response/distraction to the Drumpf administrations Russian conflicts being leaked. There seems to be insiders on Drumps team doing more damage than he is accusing PRESIDENT Obama of doing.

  • Emily post

    Yikes Wikileaks's is not no joke... they stay exposing folks??....

    The Podesta emails lol was awful

  • Emily post

    Yes Wikileaks's has been giving them hell.....
    Cant forget the look on Hillarys face when the podesta emails get brought up.. she looks so mortified .
    Can the dumbocrats stop bringing up Putin as a excuse lol they don't really want a fight with Russia especially after bringing all their people in the country... big dummies.

  • Emily post

    CNN is the network for retards...

  • Zizzle

    Ha ha. I feel u, chief. Some ancient mf coined the phrase, "Never judge a book by its cover", a long damn time ago.

  • CrunchyBlack1

    very true not every nerd is a pocket protector carrier lol

  • shun king

    I don't know who paid you to argue for an agency that doesn't have any credibility at all after the hundreds of thousands of people dead in Iraq looking for imaginary WMDS

  • Zizzle

    Take your weak ass trolling elsewhere, dumb MrFr.

  • shun king

    ???

  • dontgetblocked

    I have a Samsung Smart TV. They be bored after watching me for two minutes.

  • dontgetblocked

    She's elegant and gorgeous.

  • Rhyme and Reason

    Well, if you say so! I'm no expert, but I truly believe with today's technology, and having worked in tech support with an internet company, the way critical data files are hacked, turning on a computer just seems like child's play, unless the computer is completely unplugged, which are for desktops, IDK about tablets or laptops! Again, I'm no expert, just a consumer!

  • Rhyme and Reason

    You're' right, I realize this so often, you are followed, tracked always, and initially tried not to conform, but gave in! It [technology capabilities] is kinda of creepy!

  • Rhyme and Reason

    I couldn't believe it, now I know! Just how they get the TV ratings of who watched what shows (target demo), not buying just those Nielsen boxes sampling, speaks volumes, IMO!

  • Doink_Ahanahue

    Same here... snooze fest watching me... lol!

  • AggieMom96

    Yes heck if you use a debit card or a credit card they got you so you're right it's impossible not to be tracked.

    I will refuse the implant tho ?? cause you know that's what coming next.

  • Wile E. Coli

    You can't remotely turn on a computer unless it is set for you to do so. Once it is OFF, that's it. If your computer isn't off to begin with, if it is sleeping then it is possible. 40 years as a hardware / software developer. I am an expert.

  • Greatgrape37

    Wow smh.

  • Mo Mobetta

    It's actually being released to show Trump is telling the truth and the people who are attacking him are liars

  • Mo Mobetta

    The other part of the story Sandra is leaving out is that the CIA faked hacked using old Russian malware.. you swear you know the whole story smdh so #Uninformed

  • Wolfperm

    Alternative facts are not equivalent to the truth. Sorry.

  • A1234567Z

    They would hear my cat snoring.

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