The CIA Will Use its New Dark Web Site to Collect Anonymous Tips
The intelligence agency is stoked about its new Onion site on the dark web: "Our onion site is one of several ways individuals can contact the CIA."
Edward Snowden Explains Why the CIA Just Made an Instagram
"They get Twitter accounts. Instagram accounts (with) puppies and everything like that, because they want to be friendly. They want to be on your side."
The CIA Is Live-Tweeting the Oscars for Some Reason
Your tax dollars at work!
Two Men Arrested in Café for Allegedly Impersonating FBI, CIA, and Homeland Security
When the manager told them that dogs weren’t allowed, the pair claimed to be FBI agents.
The Internet Is Crowdfunding the Release of 4,358 Secret CIA Mind Control Documents
Twelve years after receiving a cache of CIA documents related to the MKUltra program, John Greenewald of the Black Vault realized that thousands of pages had been omitted. Now, he's asking the internet for help.
The CIA ‘Can Neither Confirm Nor Deny’ It Has Documents on Satoshi Nakamoto
So, you’re saying there’s a chance?
Who's Afraid of Kaspersky?
We went to Kaspersky Lab's SAS conference, where the controversial Russian anti-virus firm showcases its best research, wines and dines competitors and journalists, and burns American espionage operations.
Alleged CIA Leaker Joshua Schulte Has Some of the Worst Opsec I’ve Ever Seen
Joshua Schulte uploaded CIA code to a personal website linked to his real name, archived versions of the site show.
Alleged CIA Leaker Tweeted That Chelsea Manning ‘Should Be Executed’
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.
Feds Raid Apartment of Suspected CIA Leaker, Find 10,000 Images of Child Porn
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.
These People Are Selling the CIA's Internal Board Game to the Public
The plans for an internal CIA training game were released to the public last month—now it's becoming real and getting Kickstarted.
Teen Who Hacked Ex-CIA Director John Brennan Gets Sentenced to 2 Years of Prison
A judge in London sentenced a British teenager who was part of the hacking group Crackas With Attitude, which targeted prominent US government employees.