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Ex-CIA employee ID'd but not charged in Vault 7 leak of hacking tools

One year ago   |   By Ars Technica

(credit: Dominic Byrd-McDevitt - Wikimedia )
Federal authorities have identified a suspect behind last year's Vault 7 leak of Central Intelligence Agency hacking tools. The trove published to WikiLeaks included exploits and documents for infecting iPhones, Wi-Fi routers , and Cisco Switches , and it represented the biggest-known loss of classified information in CIA history.
According to articles posted by The Washington Post and The New York Times , the suspect is 29-year-old Joshua A. Schulte. FBI agents reportedly searched his Manhattan home a week after the WikiLeaks published its...
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