Vault 7: Archimedes

BIG BROTHER - SPYING - SURVEILLANCE - WHISTLEBLOWING, 8 May 2017

WikiLeaks – TRANSCEND Media Service

Today, May 5th 2017, WikiLeaks publishes “Archimedes”, a tool used by the CIA to attack a computer inside a Local Area Network (LAN), usually used in offices. It allows the re-directing of traffic from the target computer inside the LAN through a computer infected with this malware and controlled by the CIA. This technique is used by the CIA to redirect the target’s computers web browser to an exploitation server while appearing as a normal browsing session.

The document illustrates a type of attack within a “protected environment” as the the tool is deployed into an existing local network abusing existing machines to bring targeted computers under control and allowing further exploitation and abuse.

Leaked Documents:

Archimedes 1.0 User Guide

Archimedes 1.3 Addendum

Archimedes 1.2 Addendum

Archimedes 1.1 Addendum

Fulcrum User Manual v0.62

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All Releases:

Vault 7: Scribbles Project – 28 Apr 2017

Vault 7: Weeping Angel – 21 Apr 2017

Vault 7: Hive Project – 14 Apr 2017

Vault 7: Grasshopper Framework – 7 Apr 2017

Vault 7: Marble Framework – 31 Mar 2017

Vault 7: Project Dark Matter – 23 Mar 2017

Vault 7: CIA Hacking Tools Revealed – 7 Mar 2017

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