“Vault 7” release is a game changer — here’s why!

Vault 7 dump may level playing field

(INTELLIHUB) — The recent Wikileaks release of “Vault 7 Part 1” is a game changer that’s sure to balance the playing field.

The C.I.A.’s Center for Cyber Intelligence has been forced to deal with the repercussions of their secrets being made public and has gone on a public propaganda campaign to contain the damage.

The proverbial carnage came after the C.I.A.’s prized “cyber-spying toolkit” was leaked into the public domain creating government distrust.

Documents contained within the dump prove that the C.I.A. has the capability to hack into smartphones and T.V.s and may even be using it to surveil U.S. persons of interest.

Fox News reports:

Among revelations still emerging from the shocking disclosure is an alleged CIA program named “Weeping Angel,” in which Samsung brand “smart” televisions were apparently being used as recording devices. “Weeping Angel places the target TV in a “Fake-Off” mode, so that the owner falsely believes the TV is off when it is on,” WikiLeaks claims. “In ‘Fake-Off’ mode the TV operates as a bug, recording conversations in the room and sending them over the Internet to a covert CIA server.”

This is what radio talk show host Alex Jones has been warning everyone about for years when he’s said we all live in a “police state.”

The recent leak serves as the proof.

With this technology in the public sector, there is no telling how this will all turn out as the script can now be flipped if you know what I’m saying. The technology is a dual-edged sword and Vault 7 was a game changer.

With that being said, I tip my hat to Wikileaks.

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