The CIA Has Most Likely Been Able To Hack Your Router For Years
WikiLeaks have reportedly made a chilling discovery about the CIA’s access into citizens’ common household devices.
According to TechRadar, a 2010 leaked document shows the CIA has been able to spy on U.S. citizens’ browsing histories.
It can also scan email addresses and phone numbers through insecurities in everyday office and in-home wireless routers.
The CIA reportedly deployed one such protocol known as CherryBlossom on various consumer-grade wireless routers by 2012 in the US.
The program would require the agency to develop firmware implants needed to employ its exploits.
Reportedly, the CIA issued such implants for about 25 different routers Asus, Linksys and Netgear, among others.
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