Security and privacy experts – not to mention federal government agencies - are still reeling from the disclosure by WikiLeaks of the CIA’s cachet of hacking and surveillance technologies that was released a few weeks ago. Among those disclosures, however, was a particularly interesting finding: the existence of “HammerDrill 2.0,” a cross-platform security toolkit that can breach the air gap.
WikiLeaks, the whistleblowing organization, went live in 2006. Four years later, it released documents from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. These leaks of classified materials have alarmed government, business, and military leaders. So what tangible changes have these leaks made?