WikiLeaks Releases Spyware Firm Videos That Show How to Hack Email, Skype, WiFi

Wikipedia Spy FilesKim Zetter writes on WIRED’s Threat Level:

What better way to sell your wares than to produce a marketing video showing exactly how your product works? Even if that product is spyware, marketed to oppressive regimes.

WikiLeaks, as part of its Spy Files trove of documents, released on Thursday a series of videos from Gamma International, a UK-based firm that markets the Finfisher spyware.

The video shows how the company’s product can be used to sniff WiFi networks from a hotel lobby, hack computers and cell phones, or intercept Skype communications and siphon encryption passwords.

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  • Pirax

    Anyone else interested in this as well?

    • I_abide

      For the record I have no interest in this or intent of acquiring said aforementioned suite.

  • Pirax

    Anyone else interested in this as well?

  • Anonymous

    For the record I have no interest in this or intent of acquiring said aforementioned suite.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SDRGDAV7HOVMVSRJPJC6TYJMGE Kancho

    Ebay sells a hardware wifi hacker for $20-40 US. They even market it with the advert “never pay for wifi again”.

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