Vault 7: Imperial

BIG BROTHER - SPYING - SURVEILLANCE - WHISTLEBLOWING, 31 Jul 2017

WikiLeaks – TRANSCEND Media Service

Today, July 27th 2017, WikiLeaks publishes documents from the Imperial project of the CIA.

Achilles is a capability that provides an operator the ability to trojan an OS X disk image (.dmg) installer with one or more desired operator specified executables for a one-time execution.

Aeris is an automated implant written in C that supports a number of POSIX-based systems (Debian, RHEL, Solaris, FreeBSD, CentOS). It supports automated file exfiltration, configurable beacon interval and jitter, standalone and Collide-based HTTPS LP support and SMTP protocol support – all with TLS encrypted communications with mutual authentication. It is compatible with the NOD Cryptographic Specification and provides structured command and control that is similar to that used by several Windows implants.

SeaPea is an OS X Rootkit that provides stealth and tool launching capabilities. It hides files/directories, socket connections and/or processes. It runs on Mac OSX 10.6 and 10.7.

Leaked Documents:

Achilles — User Guide

SeaPea — User Guide

Aeris — Users Guide

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All Releases:

Vault 7: CL/Raytheon – 19 Jul 2017

Vault 7: Highrise – 13 Jul 2017

Vault 7: BothanSpy – 6 Jul 2017

Vault 7: OutlawCountry – 29 Jun 2017

Vault 7: Elsa – 28 Jun 2017

Vault 7: Brutal Kangaroo – 22 Jun 2017

Vault 7: Cherry Blossom – 15 Jun 2017

Vault 7: Pandemic – 1 Jun 2017

Vault 7: Athena – 19 May 2017

Vault 7: AfterMidnight & Assassin Frameworks – 12 May 2017

Vault 7: Archimedes – 5 May 2017

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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