Joshua Schulte, who worked for a CIA hacking team, is facing a maximum of 80 years in prison.
The secret-spilling organization posted a series of first-person missives allegedly written by Joshua Schulte. The undated letters chronicle Schulte’s arrest and time in jail.
Joshua Schulte uploaded CIA code to a personal website linked to his real name, archived versions of the site show.
Joshua Schulte posted a a series of tweets criticizing Chelsea Manning in 2010, when he was working at the CIA, and she had been identified as the source of WikiLeaks’ Afghanistan and Iraq War Logs.
Former CIA and NSA agent Joshua Schulte is being prosecuted on child porn-related charges, but not on charges related to allegedly leaking the "Vault 7" hacking tools to Wikileaks.
The secret-spilling organization launches a new series where it will release the source code of alleged CIA tools from the Vault 7 series.
Turns out CIA hackers are a bunch of nerds.
Whether Islamic State supporters will actually learn anything from reading the documents is another matter, though.
In all, Symantec has identified targets in 16 countries, based on information Wikileaks has published.
The new documents show how the CIA was ahead of the curve in attacking Apple computers.
A partnership between the secret-spilling group and Google, Microsoft, and Apple has already hit its first road block.