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Archive | WikiLeaks

The need for dump analysis in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)

Over the last year, there have been numerous dumps of stolen classified data posted on the Internet for all to see.  The damage from these dumps has obviously been huge to the US intelligence community.  In this post, we won’t discuss the actual damage of the dumps to the intelligence community (many others have already […]

WikiLeaks’ Archimedes tool release – the breakdown for business leaders

Yesterday WikiLeaks released documentation on a CIA hacking tool named Archimedes, a CIA hacking tool that would allow CIA to infect computers on a local network.  The tool (formerly named “Fulcrum” according to internal documentation) relies on a technique called ARP spoofing to perform Man in the Middle (MitM) attacks against victims. Is this a […]

Wikileaks and the Marble Framework

This week, Wikileaks released CIA’s Marble framework.  As Rendition Infosec works with many organizations on security and threat intelligence, we have been fielding calls asking what the release means for businesses. WikiLeaks suggests that the Marble framework can be used to confuse analysts into attributing CIA malware to Russia or China.  Many of our customers […]